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Hand Forged Long Handled Roaster Set
Hand Forged Long Handled Roaster Set
Hand Forged Long Handled Roaster Set
Hand Forged Long Handled Roaster Set
Hand Forged Long Handled Roaster Set
Hand Forged Long Handled Roaster Set
Hand Forged Long Handled Roaster Set
$50.00

Grapevine Forge

Hand Forged Long Handled Roaster Set

These long handled roasters bring simple appeal to both early morning bites and slow, extended meals by the fire. Forged in a small batch blacksmith shop in Ohio, they are hand-pulled and shaped and finished with traditional blackened beeswax.

Made exclusively for Barebones by Grapevine Forge.

Set of 2 long handled roasters
Perfect length for roasting around the fire
Hand-made construction
Riveted tines
Blackened beeswax finish

Materials: 
Mild carbon steel

Dimensions:
3” wide X 39” long
*Overall dimensions may vary slightly due to the handmade process of forging.

Care:
Avoid leaving in water to prevent rust. If rust does form, brush / wipe off. To reseason, apply a coating of vegetable oil over entire surface. Place into fire and allow oil to cook on for several minutes. Use gloves to remove as the roaster will be hot to the touch. Wipe with a clean, dry cloth before use.

This small batch smithy in West Milton, Ohio garnered its name from the vines that adorn the sides of the shop. Born between old wagon wheels and tall trees, founder Jeremy Trim’s old world, handmade culinary tools have been featured in Food52, Southern Living, and America’s Test Kitchen.

FEATURES

Set of 2 long handled roasters
Perfect length for roasting around the fire
Hand-made construction
Riveted tines
Blackened beeswax finish

SPECIFICATIONS

Materials: 
Mild carbon steel

Dimensions:
3” wide X 39” long
*Overall dimensions may vary slightly due to the handmade process of forging.

Care:
Avoid leaving in water to prevent rust. If rust does form, brush / wipe off. To reseason, apply a coating of vegetable oil over entire surface. Place into fire and allow oil to cook on for several minutes. Use gloves to remove as the roaster will be hot to the touch. Wipe with a clean, dry cloth before use.

About Grapevine Forge

This small batch smithy in West Milton, Ohio garnered its name from the vines that adorn the sides of the shop. Born between old wagon wheels and tall trees, founder Jeremy Trim’s old world, handmade culinary tools have been featured in Food52, Southern Living, and America’s Test Kitchen.