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bmudd14474

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do you have a Cabela's near you? or get some metal gardening rakes to use.
 

forluvofsmoke

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If you have Pampered Chef outlet store somewhere near you they may have these:

http://www.pamperedchef.com/ordering/prod_details.tpc?prodId=11002&words=meat lifter  

I've been using these for multipurpose meat handling tasks including pulling pork butts, beef chuck/brisket, as well as their intended task of lifting/moving larger cuts of meats and quartered or whole birds. List price for a pair is $28.00, but I think my wife picked these up at a store near us a several years back for about 15 bucks, so store price may be much lower than online list price.

I wasn't able to find a store locator.........I'll check their home page again to be sure I didn't miss something.

Anytime I can get multiple uses from one tool in my kitchen, that's the tool I want in my cabinet...I highly recommend them.

Eric
 

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They're on Facebook, according to their main page, so if you have an account you should be able to find an outlet.

Eric
 

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