Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Need help please.

I am looking for a serving tong that looks very much like the tongs in
the listed references that follow. For lack of a better description,
I refer to this type of tongs as hinge tongs.

References:

http://www.chefgadget.com/homeproduct.asp?prodsku=R84

http://www.scandicrafts.com/store/ca...product_id=536

The tong I am looking for has a spatula base with a fork grip. The
spatula is on the bottom to scoop the food item up. The fork is on
the hinge and is used to grip the food item.

Thanks, in advance, for your help in finding this item for me.
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> Need help please.
>
> I am looking for a serving tong that looks very much like the tongs in
> the listed references that follow. For lack of a better description,
> I refer to this type of tongs as hinge tongs.
>
> References:
>
>
http://www.chefgadget.com/homeproduct.asp?prodsku=R84
>
> http://www.scandicrafts.com/store/ca...product_id=536
>
> The tong I am looking for has a spatula base with a fork grip. The
> spatula is on the bottom to scoop the food item up. The fork is on
> the hinge and is used to grip the food item.
>
> Thanks, in advance, for your help in finding this item for me.



Uhh...Why don't you order then online?

I hear chefgadget. com, or maybe scandicrafts.com has them. ;-)
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wrote in
:

> Need help please.
>
> I am looking for a serving tong that looks very much like the tongs in
> the listed references that follow. For lack of a better description,
> I refer to this type of tongs as hinge tongs.
>
> References:
>
>
http://www.chefgadget.com/homeproduct.asp?prodsku=R84
>
> http://www.scandicrafts.com/store/ca...tail&product_i
> d=536
>
> The tong I am looking for has a spatula base with a fork grip. The
> spatula is on the bottom to scoop the food item up. The fork is on
> the hinge and is used to grip the food item.
>
> Thanks, in advance, for your help in finding this item for me.



How about the "grip-nflip"

http://www.seenontvbargains.com/3588.html

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On Aug 11, 5:38*am, Shawn > wrote:
> wrote:
> > Need help please.

>
> > I am looking for a serving tong that looks very much like the tongs in
> > the listed references that follow. *For lack of a better description,
> > I refer to this type of tongs as hinge tongs.

>
> > References:

>
> >http://www.chefgadget.com/homeproduct.asp?prodsku=R84

>
> >http://www.scandicrafts.com/store/ca...detail&product....

>
> > The tong I am looking for has a spatula base with a fork grip. *The
> > spatula is on the bottom to scoop the food item up. *The fork is on
> > the hinge and is used to grip the food item.

>
> > Thanks, in advance, for your help in finding this item for me.

>
> Uhh...Why don't you order then online?
>
> I hear chefgadget. com, or maybe scandicrafts.com has them. *;-)- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -


Shawn - thanks so much for your truly insightful response.

I truly, truly appreciate your effort to look at my references and
recognize the SIMILAR but distinctly different item sought.

I respectfully repeat - I appreciate your realization of the
distinction being made about the product referenced and
the product being sought.

Given your comments - I immediately followed your advice
and attempted to find the product that I described at
chefgadget and scandicrafts.

Unfortunately and unlike you, they understood my
distinction. They thanked me for my inquiry without childish
sarcasm and referred me to another potential source.

In reading your response to my inquiry, a story about Winston
Churchill came to mind.

At an engagement a woman admonished Mr. Churchill for
being drunk.

Mr. Churchill responded by indicating that at least HE
wouldn't still be ugly in the morning.

His response teaches, in this case, that -
some of us read and make an honorable attempt. We
all should fail at relying on prejudice and sarcasm.
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> On Aug 11, 5:38 am, Shawn > wrote:
>> wrote:
>>> Need help please.
>>> I am looking for a serving tong that looks very much like the tongs in
>>> the listed references that follow. For lack of a better description,
>>> I refer to this type of tongs as hinge tongs.
>>> References:
>>>
http://www.chefgadget.com/homeproduct.asp?prodsku=R84
>>> http://www.scandicrafts.com/store/ca...detail&product...
>>> The tong I am looking for has a spatula base with a fork grip. The
>>> spatula is on the bottom to scoop the food item up. The fork is on
>>> the hinge and is used to grip the food item.
>>> Thanks, in advance, for your help in finding this item for me.

>> Uhh...Why don't you order then online?
>>
>> I hear chefgadget. com, or maybe scandicrafts.com has them. ;-)- Hide quoted text -
>>
>> - Show quoted text -

>
> Shawn - thanks so much for your truly insightful response.
>
> I truly, truly appreciate your effort to look at my references and
> recognize the SIMILAR but distinctly different item sought.
>
> I respectfully repeat - I appreciate your realization of the
> distinction being made about the product referenced and
> the product being sought.
>
> Given your comments - I immediately followed your advice
> and attempted to find the product that I described at
> chefgadget and scandicrafts.
>
> Unfortunately and unlike you, they understood my
> distinction. They thanked me for my inquiry without childish
> sarcasm and referred me to another potential source.
>
> In reading your response to my inquiry, a story about Winston
> Churchill came to mind.
>
> At an engagement a woman admonished Mr. Churchill for
> being drunk.
>
> Mr. Churchill responded by indicating that at least HE
> wouldn't still be ugly in the morning.
>
> His response teaches, in this case, that -
> some of us read and make an honorable attempt. We
> all should fail at relying on prejudice and sarcasm.


Talk about diarrhea of the mouth, WOW!

All this time and effort you put into this sarcastic response
could have been used to issue a simple "thank you" to 'motley me'
for pointing you to the exact item you described.

You are truly a hypocritical asshole.

I responded the same as Shawn in another group to which you posted
your request. I hope I get as good a response as well <rubbing
hands together greedily>

-sw


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wrote:
> On Aug 11, 5:38 am, Shawn > wrote:
>> wrote:
>>> Need help please.
>>> I am looking for a serving tong that looks very much like the tongs in
>>> the listed references that follow. For lack of a better description,
>>> I refer to this type of tongs as hinge tongs.
>>> References:
>>>
http://www.chefgadget.com/homeproduct.asp?prodsku=R84
>>> http://www.scandicrafts.com/store/ca...detail&product....
>>> The tong I am looking for has a spatula base with a fork grip. The
>>> spatula is on the bottom to scoop the food item up. The fork is on
>>> the hinge and is used to grip the food item.
>>> Thanks, in advance, for your help in finding this item for me.

>> Uhh...Why don't you order then online?
>>
>> I hear chefgadget. com, or maybe scandicrafts.com has them. ;-)- Hide quoted text -
>>
>> - Show quoted text -

>
> Shawn - thanks so much for your truly insightful response.
>
> I truly, truly appreciate your effort to look at my references and
> recognize the SIMILAR but distinctly different item sought.
>
> I respectfully repeat - I appreciate your realization of the
> distinction being made about the product referenced and
> the product being sought.
>
> Given your comments - I immediately followed your advice
> and attempted to find the product that I described at
> chefgadget and scandicrafts.
>
> Unfortunately and unlike you, they understood my
> distinction. They thanked me for my inquiry without childish
> sarcasm and referred me to another potential source.
>
> In reading your response to my inquiry, a story about Winston
> Churchill came to mind.
>
> At an engagement a woman admonished Mr. Churchill for
> being drunk.
>
> Mr. Churchill responded by indicating that at least HE
> wouldn't still be ugly in the morning.
>
> His response teaches, in this case, that -
> some of us read and make an honorable attempt. We
> all should fail at relying on prejudice and sarcasm.



Thanks, anytime.

(I touched my penis just before typing this response.)
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Sqwertz wrote:
> wrote:
>> On Aug 11, 5:38 am, Shawn > wrote:
>>> wrote:
>>>> Need help please.
>>>> I am looking for a serving tong that looks very much like the tongs in
>>>> the listed references that follow. For lack of a better description,
>>>> I refer to this type of tongs as hinge tongs.
>>>> References:
>>>>
http://www.chefgadget.com/homeproduct.asp?prodsku=R84
>>>> http://www.scandicrafts.com/store/ca...detail&product...
>>>>
>>>> The tong I am looking for has a spatula base with a fork grip. The
>>>> spatula is on the bottom to scoop the food item up. The fork is on
>>>> the hinge and is used to grip the food item.
>>>> Thanks, in advance, for your help in finding this item for me.
>>> Uhh...Why don't you order then online?
>>>
>>> I hear chefgadget. com, or maybe scandicrafts.com has them. ;-)-
>>> Hide quoted text -
>>>
>>> - Show quoted text -

>>
>> Shawn - thanks so much for your truly insightful response.
>>
>> I truly, truly appreciate your effort to look at my references and
>> recognize the SIMILAR but distinctly different item sought.
>>
>> I respectfully repeat - I appreciate your realization of the
>> distinction being made about the product referenced and
>> the product being sought.
>>
>> Given your comments - I immediately followed your advice
>> and attempted to find the product that I described at
>> chefgadget and scandicrafts.
>>
>> Unfortunately and unlike you, they understood my
>> distinction. They thanked me for my inquiry without childish
>> sarcasm and referred me to another potential source.
>>
>> In reading your response to my inquiry, a story about Winston
>> Churchill came to mind.
>>
>> At an engagement a woman admonished Mr. Churchill for
>> being drunk.
>>
>> Mr. Churchill responded by indicating that at least HE
>> wouldn't still be ugly in the morning.
>>
>> His response teaches, in this case, that -
>> some of us read and make an honorable attempt. We
>> all should fail at relying on prejudice and sarcasm.

>
> Talk about diarrhea of the mouth, WOW!
>
> All this time and effort you put into this sarcastic response could have
> been used to issue a simple "thank you" to 'motley me' for pointing you
> to the exact item you described.
>
> You are truly a hypocritical asshole.
>
> I responded the same as Shawn in another group to which you posted your
> request. I hope I get as good a response as well <rubbing hands
> together greedily>
>
> -sw



Christ. It took him 14 days to come up with a reply.

(And he didn't even acknowledge my smiley)

;-)
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