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Handy Meat Rack & Lifter
Slickest kitchen gadget we've seen lately is a meat rack and lifter from the Gunnard Co., Lakeville, Minn.
It virtually eliminates all the hassle of getting large turkeys, roasts, hams, chickens and other foods in and out of the oven.
For example, suppose you're roasting a huge 25 lb. turkey. You simply place the stuffed, ready-tocook bird on the wire rack. You then grab the rack handles and lift the bird into the roaster. The rack stays in place under the bird all the while it's cooking in the oven. Indentations in the wire rack serves as "feet" to keep the bird off the bottom of the roaster, and out of the fat. When the bird is done, you simply grab the handles of the roaster to easily and safely move the bird direct from roaster to platter.
Getting the wire rack out from under the bird is easy. You just pull the center lock pin, causing the rack to open up in the center so you can remove it without having to even touch the bird; which stays fully intact on the platter, ready for carving.
The rack is made of a specially manufactured hardened steel. Its mirror-bright finish is resistant to rust, salt and the corrosive action of acids found in meats or vegetables. The rack is easily cleaned after use, and can be laid flat for broiling vegetables, chops or steaks.
For more details, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, The Gunnard Co., P.O. Box 516, Lakeville, Minn. 55044 (ph 612 469-2422).

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