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Grandpa’s FireFork Is A Nifty Stocking Stuffer

December 4, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 


Are you looking for a nifty stocking stuff for the outdoor enthusiast on your list? If so, then maybe you should check out Grandpa’s FireFork made by Light My Fire.   

A compact nifty gadget, the FireFork is  a simple solution for cooking marshmallows, hot dogs and even fresh fish over an open flame.  Large skewers can be awkward and cumbersome to store and carry.  On the other hand, the compact Fire Fork, which was inspired by an innovative grandpa, easily fits into a backpack or even a coat pocket. Once the protective plastic cover is removed from the fork’s prongs, the two wire springs expand. By pressing the two prongs towards each other, the rings align and a stick can be shoved through. Hot dogs and marshmallows are then easily put in place on the prongs and held over the campfire. Another advantage of the forks is that, unlike randomly scavenged sticks, the prongs can be cleaned between uses. Priced at about $10 for a pack of four of Amazon, the FireForks would indeed make a nice compact stocking stuffer for those who like to cook over an open flame.

Photo by Melissa A. Trainer

–Melissa A. Trainer

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