Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Fire Wire (unique kabobs) Giveaway Contest (winner picked June 26, 2014)

Fire Wire Kabobs - More Fun to Use

I've not been a big fan of kabobs previously, because the wooden ones have to be soaked, and metal ones are bulky and hard to place.

Fire Wire Grilling rethought how to make grill skewers with a bendable metal that can be placed around other foods in any shape and a double pronged skewer that is designed to hold a full meal per kabob per person. The double pronged skewer is also nice, because foods like shrimp don't twirl all around and require manually turning pieces of the food.

You could win two sets of each type of unique Fire Wire products by leaving a comment about why you'd like to win the unusual skewers in the comment section here (which are moderated so comments don't appear until I'm on the page and pressing post - or rude or dirty things would go up).

Many contest people like to have other ways to enter and get slips in the bucket. So, you can do the following and just leave a message here that you did so. Then you get your comment entry and extras if you wish.

Extra Entries (be sure to leave a message in comments to be sure I get your name in again/again):

 * Comment on this post (super easy and no spam)

1. Like Fire Wire on Facebok

2. Follow Fire Wire on Twitter

3. Share this page contest on your Facebook, Twitter, or G+ pages (each one counts as a separate entry)

Be sure to leave some way to get in touch. I don't need a lot of detail - just enough to get in touch with the winner to get a snail mail, so the prizes can be snail mailed by Fire Wire. 

The winner will be selected Saturday June 26th, 2014 at 10 pm.

Here is more data on the prizes for those who are detail oriented.

Fire Wire, Flexible Grilling Skewers

• the cable-style skewer allows effective use of maximum space on grill

• holds 2X more food as traditional skewers

• can easily throw skewers into a plastic bag with marinade

• Wires remain cool to touch even strait from the grill

• Dishwasher safe

• Set of 2 $9.99 – available on

 Fire Wire, Double Prong Stainless Steel Skewer

• Perfectly sized skewer for single serving

• Double prongs keep food from spinning so it cooks evenly

• Dishwasher safe

• Set of 4 $12.99 – available on

*The Fire Wire Grilling company provided me with the same prize that the winner will get. They only asked that I try out the products and give an honest opinion and also offered to send a prize to a reader if I'd like to host a giveaway contest.


Unknown said...

Hi Cyndi,
I would love to try the fire wires. Like you, I feel the wooden skewers are more trouble than they are worth but the fire wires would be easy to use and not as time consuming. If I win you can drop me a note on Winter Grillers on Facebook. I really hope to meet you the next time you are in Missouri. Keep up the great work.
Donnie Chadd

Unknown said...

Just got this invite across my email....would love to try a set of these. Like everything about them...Kevin F. Kerr.....

RockinRon said...

I have burned my thumb and finger turning or grabbing st. steel skewers, when using tongs does not work well.
This looks like it would be the talk of the next BBQ at the house.

♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...

These sound a lot better than the crappy skewers I use now! Thanks for the chance!
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♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...

I like Firewire on Facebook as Carolsue Anderson
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♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...

I follow Firewire on Twitter as @Cezovski9
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♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...

I shared on Facebook
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Anonymous said...

Sandra H FB - wants to try out these new grilling skewers.

sharonjo said...

These unique skewers would solve many of the problems I have with grilling kebabs--wooden skewers that start on fire and shed splinters in the food, metal skewers that are too hot to handle, and food that just spins on the skewer making it impossible to turn for even grilling. I also love that they can go right in the marinade, and then into the dishwasher.

Thank you.
sharonjo at gwtc dot net

sharonjo said...

I follow Fire Wire on facebook.
(Sharon O.)
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sharonjo said...

I follow FireWireGrilling on twitter @sharonjo2
sharonjo at gwtc dot net

sharonjo said...

Shared on twitter

sharonjo at gwtc dot net