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Grubstick introduces 4-in-1 roasting stick

Grubstick introduces 4-in-1 roasting stick

PROVO, Utah — Grubstick is not just another roasting stick.  It’s extra long (extends up to 37 inches), extra strong and telescopic with interchangeable attachments giving users a four-in-one roasting stick.

One stick cooks hot dogs, hamburgers, bread pockets, and the world’s best s’more where everything melts together inside a lightly toasted graham cracker, the release explained.

It’s easy to store and transport and all attachments are high grade stainless steel and dishwasher safe making cleanup a cinch.

“It’s the last roasting stick you’ll ever buy,” said spokesperson Randy Benson.

The company sells three kits:

Basic Grubstick features a telescoping handle, fork, Grubcage for sandwiches and s’mores, and a release tool. It retails for $23.95.

The deluxe kit includes two handles, two forks, one Grubcage, one Burgcage for burgers, one Grubtube and Grubpocket for breadtwists and pastry cups, bacon clip, grabber, release tool and storage bag. It retails for $69.95.

The master kit offers four handles, four forks, two Grubcages, two Burgcages, two Grubtubes, two Grubpockets, bacon clip, grabber, release tool, and deluxe bag. It retails for $129.95.

A video showing how Grubstick is used can be viewed on YouTube.

For more information, visit

SOURCE: Grubstick press release

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