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Weber 25-Pack Original Bamboo Skewers - 6608

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Abt Model: 6608 UPC: 077924021947
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Weber Skewers: A Kabob Above

There are so many methods of cooking food over fire, with smoke-loving chefs finding new ways to innovate within the realm of barbecue all the time. That being said, so many grillers find their niche of foods they love to eat and never explore beyond that tasty comfort zone. If you've never charred a kabob before, here's your sign to start cooking veggies and proteins in new ways with these Weber skewers. A cut above the average splinter-filled stick, these Weber skewers are made from light-yet-sturdy bamboo and can stand up to the high heat of the grill. Each of these 25 bamboo rods features a piercing end, while the opposite side has a wide turning tab finished with the Weber logo as well. These wide tabs make them easy to flip without damaging the food on your kabob. Use your grilling gloves to grab them with your fingers when they're on the barbecue, or go old-school and use a classic set of tongs.

To Soak or Not to Soak?

Whether you're cooking with lamb, beef, veggies, or tofu, make sure you're using high-quality wood like the Weber skewers. No one wants to find splinters in their kabob. While some barbecuers opt for metal skewers instead, they can conduct heat too well and hold high temperatures for too long. Many chefs would not recommend using them (though they are great for s'more's). Before crafting your kabobs, some grillmasters recommend soaking your Weber skewers in water for half an hour to prevent them from burning or catching fire. Others argue that this step is unnecessary, as the ends of your sticks will blacken anyway during the cooking process. Experiment for yourself and see which cooking method works best for you, and remember that you're grilling these foods for a reason—to infuse them with that sought-after smoky flavor.


  • Disposable skewers
  • Set includes 25 bamboo skewers
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