Rome's Set of 9 Forks for Marshmallows and Hot Dogs, Chrome Plated Steel
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- Everything you need for cooking over a campfire
- Four 22-inch picnic forks, two 33-inch hot dog forks, two extension forks (up to 32 inches long) and one hot dog roaster
- Everyone in the family can enjoy roasting hot dogs, brats, marshmallows and more
- Chrome-plated steel construction
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Everyone in the family can enjoy roasting hot dogs, brats, marshmallows and more with this wide variety of Rome's chrome plated forks. Set includes 4 Picnic Forks (22" length), 2 Big Stick Hot Dog Forks (33" length w/long wood handle), 2 Extension Forks (extend to 32"), 1 Brat & Hot Dog Roaster. The perfect "staycation" package that would make a great house warming (or RV warming) present. Made by family camping cookware specialist, Rome Industries.
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The best forks are the two sliding ones, they are the most versatile and useful in my opinion.
The 4 colored ones are great also, and in larger family/group settings I can see the color coordination as being a big boon.
The hotdog roaster does seem like it would allow the dogs to fall, but I think it would work well with brats... why dont one of you test that out cause I'm not risking my brats...
The pair of long handled skewers are what get me... what in the world are they good for?
What gets a star knocked off is this -
1) I dont know that there's a value in the hotdog roaster if the hotdogs fall out... I have no need for a bread toaster and I'm sort of scared to try brats on it but I will inevitably.
2) The real kicker is the two long handled skewers... Can someone please explain why you need excessively long wooden handles? I dont see any value in them, in fact, I see them has a hindrance since they'll be more susceptible to get burned/charred over the fire. I would've rather had 4 adjustable skewers.
That would lead me to my first inkling when I inevitably bought these... I could get a set of colored skewers + a set of the adjustable ones and end out ahead for roughly the same cost. I ended up biting on this set instead and do regret the decision only for the fact that I would have rather purchased the same brand but in broken up sets of the usable items and leaving out the 3 (in my humble opinion) pieces that hold little to no value.
Hope this helps! Happy with the durability and usefulness for the most part and would recommend the brand pieces to friends.
We also roasted marshmallows on the colored sticks and they worked great. They cleaned up good too. After roasting, I just scrapped the sides against our fire pit and dropped them in a bucket of water for a few minutes. They wiped clean with a damp rag.
With average care, these things will probably still be functional when I'm dead and gone, so they are a pretty decent value. all of the individual forks worked well. The one utensil that in the picture shows four hot dogs in it has a slight problem: it doesn't close tightly enough to actually hold an average hot dog. Hot dogs are already slippery, and they would easily slip right out and into your campfire. You might be able to get away with something like Italian sausages or kielbasa or some such. For my own personal use, I'm most likely to ignore the four dog utensil and just use the others. If it's just you, this set is overkill, but if you want to be a hero to your friends who forgot their own roasting forks, you'll have plenty to go around.
The forks all arrived with safety tips on them to keep from poking you when opening the package. We keep them on when storing the forks for the safety of the small children in our house.
I'm pleased with this set and think we will have it for many years to come.
My only concern is the hot dog holder performance. It is a little too large for standard franks until they cook a bit, so hold it very level until you have them over the heat cooking,
The second issue with the hot dog holder is the handles are not insulated and get quite hot during use. Be sure to have a hot pad or insulated gloves when you use this.
All the forks worked well.
A good set that should provide years of use if taken care of.
My only complaint is that the hotdog holder does not provide a very good grip on the hotdogs until they start to cook. I have a hot dog fall out about 3 or 4 times (on two cooking occasions) and into the ash of the campfire. Luckily, I was able to rescue them and wash them off before returning to cooking.