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When you go camping, you pretty much have to roast hot dogs and marshmallows over an open flame. What could be simpler than putting food on some sort of stick and lighting it on fire?  Over the years, I’ve impaled food on coat hangers, stainless steel implements, whittled tree limbs, and welding rods.  Now the FireFork aims to end those days of questionable cookware.

A little plastic cap protects the FireFork’s tines from getting dull or dirty. Pop off the cap, flex the tines, and slide the FireFork over the mossiest piece of wood you can find — you’ll still have a hygienic little weenie roaster. The spring design allows you to fit it over a variety of sticks and easily slide it off for future use. It may well be the death of innocence around the campfire — or maybe I’m just jealous I never thought of it.

The FireFork sells for the backwoods price of $5 for one, $15 for four.

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3 Responses to Easy Roaster

  1. BC says:

    Call me overly frugal, but at $5 apiece, I think I’ll whittle sticks. They’re free, and you don’t have to worry about forgetting them at the campsite.

  2. o1d_dude says:

    Five bucks a whack?

    I think I’ll just make my own out of welding rod.

    A plastic cap to keep it clean? Isn’t that what fire is for?

  3. Geoff K. says:

    The plastic cap isn’t designed to keep it clean, but to keep it safe for storage and transport. I’m not defending it, just clarifying. It’s way too expensive, especially when, as BC said, sticks are free and always available around the campfire…

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