Have you tried the "Ov Glov"? I have used them indoors and they are really
good but I do not know what they would do on the BBQ grill. It seems to me
that Ov Glov has made a waterproof model which might be very good.

Cy, The Anasazi


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I'd use silicone gloves with individual fingers if I \could find a pair, 
but so far, I've only found the mitten type. This way, the gloves could be 
washed in soapy water.
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Subject: [BlindHandyMan] Cooking with Gloves - Was: Using Gas Grill!

> Bryce writes:
> "Have a pair of gloves with at least leather finger tips on them if you 
> plan
> to cook anything in foil. this way you can use your hands to turn what 
> ever
> in the foil."
> That, Mr. Bryce, is a great idea!!! How comes I never thunk of that!?!?!?
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