The Billy Twang® Fire Poker is a sturdy heritage-style implement that's built by hand in America; this simple and elegant tool is just the right weight and design for breaking-up oversized lump charcoal chunks and movin’ hot coals around real nice like.
The last step is the application of a deep dark black proprietary coating that protects the raw iron tools from rust; makes the fire cookin’ tools more durable, easier to clean and maintain. The Billy Twang® Mercantile Fire Cookin’ Tools are true heritage-inspired designs; made like no other, striking, and timeless.
The Billy Twang® Mercantile Fire Cookin’ Tools are simply the finest handmade, heirloom-quality barbeque implements available. The time-intensive process begins with hand-crafting a cast for the solid one-piece construction; apply heat, forge and shape.
Dimensions: 18” (length)
About Billy Twang...
Masterin’ the manipulation of wood, charcoal, hot coals, and flames is a duty-bound skill; a true, authentic, and worthy endeavor.
Billy Twang’s built countless fires—cookin’ meat to the delight of family, friends, and neighbors. Those early years of building fires and cookin’ meat got Billy Twang thinking about the choice of fuel. Well, one thing lead to another and Billy’s been trading mesquite charcoal for legal tender going on twenty-four years now.
Billy Twang’s honed fire-cookin’ skills lead to simple truths and the discovery of the right purpose-driven tools. Those tools, tried and true, are available at Billy Twang® Mercantile, a purveyor of finely-made fire-cookin’ goods—all field-tested and flame-ready from the git-go.
Billy Twang knows cookin’ with fire may well be intimidating to some and the excuses go something like this: “too much trouble, time, and mess.” In comes Billy Twang to the rescue!
With the Billy Twang® collection of fire-cookin’ goods and a bit of plain-spoken guidance, tips, and recipes—get ready for some mighty-tasty meals.
Authentic, American-made fire-cookin’ imparts smoky richness and complexity that cannot be replicated by turning a knob and cookin’ with the same fuel source burnt by your truck.