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Bear Claws

post #1 of 17
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Where can I find bear claws for shredding pork? I've looked around and no such luck
post #2 of 17
I got mine on eBay ... lots available there!
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post #4 of 17
Ya know, I'm gonna break down and get a set. Wish I could find 'em in stainless tho.
post #5 of 17
Well, I went to order a set of tongs and paws for a total of $19,but my only shipping option was air shipping at $11! called them and left a message. Can't imagine ground would be more than 5 bux. Sheesh.
post #6 of 17
Got mine off e-bay also.
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post #8 of 17
Ebay is where I got mine too.
post #9 of 17
I saw them at a Cabellas store; not sure if they are in the catalog

M
post #10 of 17
I got mine at wal-mart........It's two big salad forks.smile.gif
post #11 of 17
hehehe.........good one RIP

Allen......check any bbq store........if you ever get to des moines, or more specifically ankeny......got to tnt landscaping........they have a bbq pit store, and you can get em there.........i would think up in your area......souix city or such, would have a bbq pit store, where you can buy smokers/grills.......not a home improvement store.........a bbq pit store......

hth

d88de
post #12 of 17
I just use gloved hands - the bear claws hurt my wrists (it stinks getting older)
post #13 of 17
yeah......Deb......never used em.........we do more along the line of what rip suggested............they look difficult to use at best.........


d88de
post #14 of 17
They seem better suited to picking up a big chunk of meat than pulling it ... handles are just not quite right in my opinion!
Also, metal would be more cool as well!
post #15 of 17
I guess they wouldn't be bad if your tall and can stand up above the meat but if you little like I am even in the sink your wrists are in ackward positions and it can be painful. Serving forks work better for me if I need them, usually just latex gloves and a few oo ee ahh oos work with an occasional Daaaang! biggrin.gif
post #16 of 17
Saw these things on the Foodnetwork the other day. Some dude in Kansas did a whole hog and used one to pull the meat. It looks like a good idea but I agree with Dee on this one, I use thick gloves and pull the meat by hand. Those large salad serving forks work well too.
post #17 of 17
I just got 4 sets on e-bay for $11.00 a set including shipping.
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