Despite all the barbecued food this world intakes on a daily basis, especially during tailgates, there doesn’t seem to be a clean way to eat this food. Your friends can always tell if you’ve just eaten BBQ simply by looking at your fingernails. Many have tried wrapping the ends of sauce-slathered finger food with napkins or paper towels, but those just flake off and don’t always provide the thickness to do the trick.
Now there is an invention that makes eating these foods much less messy, and a little more fun — the BBQ FoodGrip. These mini-tongs provide a stable grip on the unwanted BBQ parts to allow you to better sink your teeth into the meaty middle.
BBQ FoodGrips also eliminate the piles of napkins needed to eat barbecue, which saves the tailgater money and reduces waste to help protect the environment. The device is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning, and can also be customized with words and/or logos to help promote your business or show off your super fandom.
And considering these can work with just one hand, your other hand can remain free for holding your beer, pitching your bean bag in Cornhole, giving high fives, doodling with your cell phone or double-fisting more grub.
These grips can also be used to remove food from a pop-up toaster. The product is gentle enough not to put holes in bread or English muffins, but strong enough to grip bagels or Pop Tarts. It can even carry a hot plate of food around or eliminate the middle man by allowing you to grab your preferred BBQ meat right off the grill.
For more information, connect to BBQ FoodGrip.com.