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It's Barbecue Season... Try out the Rib and Roast Rack from Cave Tools


A few weeks ago Cave Tools asked me if I wanted to try out their new Rib and Roast BBQ Rack,  I was excited when it arrived.  You know I'm a crazy foodie because I thought the stainless steel was beautiful!

 I decided to try something a little unconventional and see how it worked.
Here it is on the grill ready to go. Look at that nice smoke.
First we tried some chicken tenders (which I needed for a salad)
They turned our delicious, but were a little small for the spacing on the rack.  A full chicken breast would of been perfect.
Next we tried some steak.
It was pretty thick steak.  We were worried the stuff on the upper sides would not get cooked completely. We were shocked at how well it actually cooked.
Those little blackened ends had such great flavor. 
It worked well on our grill, but would be perfect in a smoker.
The Cave Tools rib and roast rack has:

  • Unique 2 in 1 Design Gets The Job Done Without Needing Multiple Tools - Great for Cooking Ribs, Roasts, Chickens, Turkeys, Hams and more!

  • PROFESSIONALLY COOKED RIBS - Spacer Bars Allow Convection Heat for Evenly Cooking 5 Perfect Rib Racks
  • DISHWASHER SAFE design makes cleanup a breeze - Thick stainless steel construction for long lasting durability.

You can purchase it on the Cave Tools Website here.

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The rack was easy to clean and still looks new. I am excited to try it out on ribs and different types of meats and during the winter in my oven.

It is a great product! Enjoy!!


I was given the rack by Cave Tools.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions are my own.


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