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Roast Lifting Forks
Roast Lifting Forks
5.0 stars out of 5 based on 5 reviews.

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brilliantby Mrs Williams

5 stars out of 5

Roast Lifting Forks

I recently bought these roast lifting forks and i am really really pleased with them they are brilliant for lifting a large beef joint out of my slow cooker these are an asset to lifting all sizes of joints as well as chickens etc and a good tip from a reviewer about storing them with the protective tips on , thanks to all ,

Published 24 03 2014

Quality Productby Christine Durdin

5 stars out of 5

Roast Lifting Forks

I bought these last christmas, having struggled with inferior products in the past. Well struggle no more. These are fantastic. They lifted an 8.5 kg turkey with no problems! Solid and easy to clean. I would have no qualms recommending these. Well done Lakeland :)

Published 02 12 2008

Brilliant kitchen aidby Mrs Lewis

5 stars out of 5

Roast Lifting Forks

I bought these forks 2 Christmases ago, and I think they are great! Lifting the turkey (or any other joint) from the roasting pan to the carving board is a breeze using these good looking and functional forks.

Published 20 10 2008

Great!by Lisa

5 stars out of 5

Roast Lifting Forks

I looked for a few months for replacements when my very old ones needed replacing, and these do just the job. Very sharp, can lift very heavy turkeys out of the oven, no slipping.

Published 10 04 2008

Roasting forkby Christine Fitzgerald

5 stars out of 5

Roast Lifting Forks

The lakeland roasting forks look fearsome in the flesh - like minature pitchforks, these are very sharp. They come with the prongs protected by little silicon covers - the covers are well worth hanging onto. In use they came into their own - for the first time ever, I got my sixteen pound Easter turkey out of the roasting tin and onto the carving platter without a struggle. The sharp prongs give great control over the slippery, tender-roasted turkey so no need for a second pair of hands when dishing up, and no slopping the precious meat juices out of the roasting tin in the process. The right tools for the job really do make all the difference.

Published 25 03 2008

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