Light My Fire Spork Large
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Use the Light My Fire Large Spork to stir things up safely and serve food in style, by the campfire as well as at home. You might well find that you can't get enough. Luckily, there is a wide assortment of appetizing colors if you're hungry for variation.
This Serving Spork from Light My Fire has the same great design and features of the original spork, only now it's bigger for serving up your favorite camp dishes. PRODUCT FEATURES: Dishwasher safe Teflon-friendly and extremly durable Length: 10" (25cm)
- Appalachian Outdoors
Light My Fire Serving Spork - Closeout - You don't stir the pot with your teaspoon at home, so why do the same outdoors The Serving Spork is just under 10 of pot stirring, burger flipping, pasta serving utility. No need to carry multiple cooking utensils when the Serving Spork covers all the bases. It is also perfect when paired up, for serving salads at home, pot luck events, and picnics. FEATURES Heat-resistant material does not melt in hot/boiling water Teflon-friendly material won't scratch non-stick cookware Extremely durable Dishwasher safe Available in polycarbonate or BPA-free Eastman Tritan(TM) Compatible with Leave No Trace ethics Length: 9.9, 25cm Weight: 1.1 oz., 31g
- Massey's Outfitters
Light My Fire Serving Spork makes cooking, stirring and serving a breeze. One end is a large spoon; the other features a 4-tine fork and knife with sawtooth blade. Big size and long length work well for serving pasta, salad and soup. Made of a heat-resistant Tritan(TM) copolyester material, this lightweight serving tool is dishwasher-safe and won't harm nonstick cooking surfaces under normal usage. Ideal for backpacking and picnicking.
Like the mutated offspring your silverware would produce in a cartoon, the Light My Fire Serving Spork features traits of a knife, spoon, and fork but is made of heat-resistant copolyester for camping or backpacking. The durable Tritan material won't melt in a pot or scratch non-stick surfaces. At ten-inches long, the large spoon on one end and saw-toothed fork on the other end can be your go-to utensil in the backcountry or while serving up a bowl of greens at home.