The 10 Best Barbecue Forks

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This wiki has been updated 3 times since it was first published in February of 2019. Whether you're a grill master or a complete beginner, you're going to need the right tools if you want to impress your friends and family with perfectly cooked steaks, burgers, hot dogs, and pork chops. With one of these barbecue forks, you can easily flip, turn, and move foods around, and they're also great for holding larger cuts of meat in place while you slice and serve them. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best barbecue fork on Amazon.

10. Outset Verde

9. Miu France Granny

8. Grille Perfect Digital

7. New Star Foodservice

6. HIC Dexter-Russell All-Purpose

5. New Soda Big Fork

4. Internet's Best Grilling Utensil

3. Jaccard Pig Tail

2. Anolon Stainless Steel

1. Oxo Good Grips

Editor's Notes

March 06, 2019:

The OXO Good Grips, Anolon Stainless Steel, and Internet's Best Grilling Utensil are the most traditional of the bunch, featuring wide tines and integrated holes for hanging storage. If you have a large grill, something with a long handle, like the Outset Verde or New Star Foodservice will help protect your hands from the heat when grabbing foods from the back. Fans of multi-use tools will appreciate the New Soda Big Fork's ability to double as a serving utensil and meat shredder. The Jaccard Pig Tail is a unique twist on the classic design, opting for a hook rather than tines. It makes it a breeze to flip foods with a quick flick of the wrist, and won't create puncture marks like some others do. For those who struggle with cooking meats to their desired level of doneness, the Grille Perfect Digital helps take the guesswork out of knowing when to pull steaks off the grill. Considered adding the Weber Original due to being made by one of the biggest names in grilling supplies, but ultimately decided against it after reading multiple reports of it being a bit on the flimsy side.


Gabrielle Taylor
Last updated on March 14, 2019 by Gabrielle Taylor

Originally from a tiny town in Virginia, Gabrielle moved to Los Angeles for a marketing internship at a well-known Hollywood public relations firm and was shocked to find that she loves the West Coast. She spent two years as a writer and editor for a large DIY/tutorial startup, where she wrote extensively about technology, security, lifestyle, and home improvement. A self-professed skincare nerd, she’s well-versed in numerous ingredients and methods, including both Western and Asian products. She is an avid home cook who has whiled away thousands of hours cooking and obsessively researching all things related to food and food science. Her time in the kitchen has also had the curious side effect of making her an expert at fending off attempted food thievery by her lazy boxer dog.


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