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Beat the Heat With Weber Long Handled Tongs And Spatula Set
A quality spatula and tongs are essential for good grilling. When picking the best spatula and tongs for grilling and BBQ, I prefer those with long handles such as the Weber Original 2-Piece Grilling Set as they keep you as far from the heat as possible. Equally appealing is that they are dishwasher safe for easy clean-up and feature soft touch handles for a comfortable grip. This set features:
- Includes Spatula And Locking Tongs
- Soft Touch Handle Offers Comfortable Non-Slip Grip
- Compact Size Is Perfect For Camping, Picnics, And Urban Dwellers
- Made Of Stainless Steel
- Dishwasher Safe
Published On: 4/15/2019
Last Modified: 7/14/2021
Clint Cantwell, Champion Pitmaster - Clint Cantwell is AmazingRibs.com's Senior Vice President of Whatever, charged with creating recipes, writing articles, shooting photos, and a little bit of everything else. He was named one of the "10 Faces of Memphis Barbecue" by Memphis Magazine and was the winner of Travel Channel's "American Grilled: Memphis".
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