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      Clamp the snail shell with the pliers and prick the snail out with a two-pointed fork.

      €6,-
      €3,99 6 In stock: Delivery time (NL,BE+DE): 1-2 Days
      Burgundy vineyard snails prepared in the oven with butter, garlic and herbs are a delicacy of French cuisine. To make it easy to eat them, special tongs have been designed.... Show more
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      Bakmina Stainless Steel Snail Tongs 15.5 cm

      Burgundy vineyard snails prepared in the oven with butter, garlic and herbs are a delicacy of French cuisine. To make it easy to eat them, special tongs have been designed. Clamp the snail shell with the pliers and prick the snail out with a two-pointed fork. From now on, make snail tongs part of your cutlery. For gastronomes with southern preferences!

      made of high-quality chrome-nickel steel
      hold comfortably
      Length: 155mm

      The snail tongs are a special piece of cutlery to use when eating snails. Made of high-quality chrome bar, executed in a simple design, the snail tongs are very robust and have a pleasant grip thanks to the elegant handle.

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      SKU
      WAS1446002
      EAN
      9110025321392

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      Clamp the snail shell with the pliers and prick the snail out with a two-pointed fork.
      € 6,-
      € 3,99
      Clamp the snail shell with the pliers and prick the snail out with a two-pointed fork.
      6 In stock: Delivery time (NL,BE+DE): 1-2 Days
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