carving fork

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a large fork used in carving cooked meat

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She then picked up a carving fork from a cutlery drawer and struck him twice.
6 TACKLING THE BODY Finally, with the wider 'neck' end towards you, carve parallel to the breast bone, holding the turkey secure using the carving fork.
Carving Fork - Sharp, sturdy tines anchor the meat firmly.
The carving fork features long, strong tines and sharp piercing tips.
Insert a carving fork into body cavity, piercing carcass; lift bird and tilt to drain juices into pan (save for gravy if you like).
He battered Shaun Fairweather with a baseball bat and stabbed Donna Marie Williams with a carving fork.
Trading standards officers in Westminster bought 27 knives and one carving fork from five well-known retailers' websites.
The Game-Processor comes with Smith [R]'s tungsten-carbide V-sharpener, a 5 1/2-inch carving fork, a 10-inch wood/bone saw, game shears, cutting board, Steel Stick/brisket spreader, and a set of six surgical game-cleaning gloves.
A CARDIFF mother-of-four took a foot-long carving fork with her when she went to challenge a neighbour she was in dispute with.
Mampre suggests purchasing spots on cooking shows, and even home shopping club networks where retailers can promote holiday packages that include a roasting pan, baster, turkey, mit, carving fork and knife at a special price.
In one assault a child in Leicester held a knife to a fellow pupil's throat, and in Derbyshire a seven-year-old was expelled for taking a large carving fork to school.
Included are a 3-inch caping knife, 4 1/4-inch gut-hook skinner, 5 1/2-inch boning-fillet knife, 8-inch butcher knife, sharpener, steel stick, game shears, carving fork, cutting board, bone saw, gloves and hard-sided carrying case.