|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Item Weight||45.4 g|
|Product Dimensions||24.13 x 9.4 x 0.51 cm|
RSVP International - Stainless Steel LONG Reach PICKLE FORK jar Spear server
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- Although it is called a Pickle fork, it is also great for grabbing a variety of different garnishes
- Try it for cherries, olives, pickled onions etc
- Made of stainless steel.
- This clever spear has 2 sharp, pointed prongs to skewer your item securely
- then press the ball on top to release the captive piece.
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Although it is called a Pickle fork, it is also great for grabbing a variety of different garnishes that hide in the bottom of the jar. Try it for cherries, olives, pickled onions etc, etc, etc. Made of stainless steel. This clever spear has 2 sharp, pointed prongs to skewer your item securely, then press the ball on top to release the captive piece. The long 8-1/2" utensil is perfect to reach into tall jars. The metal rest on the side allows for placement on the table. Pick one up for the kitchen and maybe another for the bartender. Great idea for serving appetizers on a buffet or grab even more for a neat twist on your next fondue party.
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I do not know what kind of pickles they tested this on or how big the jar was, don't waste your time with this. I could not get a pickle to stay on the darn thing let alone trying to reach one from a large jar.
I was sucessful when I plunged my hand in and grabbed a pickle out of fustration. Quite honestly I stared at this thing and I do not know what other function it may have, probably one of the most useless things (IE does not meet any conceivable standard of expectation).