A Tool for Trussing and Grilling

Foodloopflame The people behind the foodloop, the silicone twine substitute for trussing meats and vegetables for indoor cooking, have introduced a grill-ready version called the foodloop flame. Made of stainless steel, the coil cable is heat- and flame-proof to 2,012 degrees and may be adjusted from 2 to 6 inches in diameter. Add a combination lock and nobody will steel your scallops. $14.99 for a set of four at kitchenkapers.com.


 





Comments

Impressive, indeed, but what's wrong with cotton twine?

I'm filing this away with the Slap-Chop in the useless-gadget drawer.

 

And they might not steal your scallops either.

 

Interesting but surely over the top.... in extremis; is the patio where you do your grilling the new technology frontier?

 

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