Bear Paws Giveaway

Bear Paws Giveaway

Hi BBQ enthusiasts, I have a new product I want to show you today. In openness, this is a sponsored post by Bear Claws through Tomoson, but all the pictures, text, and opinions are my own. Do you know how frustrating it can be to feed a large family when you don’t have the right tools? I can tell you that it is. My family of 6 often hosts friends and expanded family. It kind of goes with the food blogging. It seems everyone want’s to come to our house for dinner. Anyway, I take advantage of every tip, trick and tool I can. This is also a giveaway! Comment below to enter for a free set of Bear Claws. Three winners will be chosen. IMG_0407-4

I was contacted about doing this post for Bear Claws and am very happy I did. It turns out I had a meal where we were literally shredding 12 chicken breasts for a crock pot soup. The Bear Claws made very quick work of the chicken. They were very easy to use, but you should probably avoid trying to get these past TSA if you travel.

You can see for yourself in these pictures below. We used the Bear Claws to toss a salad.

IMG_0410-7Then, we shredded this chicken:

According to Bear Paws: “The original idea came in 1993 from frustrations of using forks to pull pork. It took too long, and the pork would easily get caught between the narrow tines of the fork. The solution was the first set of Bear Paws! Family loved them, and it didn’t take long for demand to expand beyond our small network of friends.”

Bear Paws are made in America, FDA approved, BPA free and are heat resistant up to 475 degrees.

Here’s our finished soup, a crock pot chicken lentil. You can get the recipe here.

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Chris Ashbach is one of the founders of Dan330. Chris is a pilot and avid outdoorsman who loves fishing, hunting, camping, and exploring. He loves taking kids (especially his own) on trips to share his passion of the outdoors. Chris is also a gardener, volunteers at Let's Go Fishing, and teaches Sunday school. Chris holds a MA in Organizational Leadership and is faculty at a local university in Minnesota; teaching undergraduate business classes.