Bamboo & Wooden Skewers

Bamboo skewers are commonly used for shish kebabs, but these versatile wooden sticks can also be used for garnishing drinks or serving appetizers like fruit or vegetable skewers. They are available in lengths from 6 to 12 inches. Whether you need skewers for your restaurant or for a backyard barbecue, you can find the bamboo skewers you need here. More

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Update SKWB-6
Update SKWB-6 6" Bamboo Skewers

KaTom #: 370-SKWB6

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$0.54 / Bag
Winco WSK-08
Winco WSK-08 8" Bamboo Skewers

KaTom #: 080-WSK08

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$0.50 / Pack
Update SKWB-10
Update SKWB-10 10" Bamboo Skewers

KaTom #: 370-SKWB10

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$0.67 / Bag
Tablecraft 910
Tablecraft 910 8" Bamboo Skewers

KaTom #: 229-910

$7.37 / Pack of 1000
Winco WSK-10
Winco WSK-10 10" Bamboo Skewers

KaTom #: 080-WSK10

In Stock
$0.46 / Pack
Tablecraft 906
Tablecraft 906 6" Bamboo Skewers

KaTom #: 229-906

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$4.16 / Pack of 1000
Update SKWB-12
Update SKWB-12 12" Bamboo Skewers

KaTom #: 370-SKWB12

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$0.80 / Bag
Update SKWB-8
Update SKWB-8 8" Bamboo Skewers

KaTom #: 370-SKWB8

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$0.56 / Bag
Sephra 31005
Sephra 31005 6" Bamboo Skewers, 3 mm Dia

KaTom #: 036-31005

$14.43 / Each
Winco WSK-06
Winco WSK-06 6" Bamboo Skewers

KaTom #: 080-WSK06

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$0.47 / Pack
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Common Questions About Bamboo Skewers

What are bamboo skewers used for?

Bamboo skewers are often used for cooking shish kebabs, a dish where different combinations of vegetables and meats are impaled on the stick and grilled. They are also used for serving fresh fruit or vegetables, garnishing drinks with fruit, dipping food in a fondue, or serving as a stick for candy.

Are bamboo skewers safe to use in the oven?

Yes, skewers can be used in the oven. They should be soaked in water beforehand for at least 30 minutes to prevent them from burning.

Will bamboo skewers burn on the grill?

If you use your skewers dry, they are likely to burn. However, if you soak the skewers first, you can use them on the grill with minimal charring. Soak them in water for at least 30 minutes before placing them on the grill; however, soaking them overnight will yield better results.

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