Origin of the BBQ FoodGrip
As I was dining at an upscale restaurant, where I was being served baby-back ribs, I overheard three ladies in a booth adjacent to me talking about my food. They were discussing what I was being served and as much as they enjoyed barbeque ribs they could never order them because it would ruin their manicured nails and get under their fingernails. I became sympathetic to their plight.
I was also employed in an office that had 18 other employees. For a regular monthly office lunch, I suggested we try a new BBQ restaurant in the area. Unfortunately several people objected, and it was not because they did not like BBQ food. Their excuses were that they did not want to come back to work with BBQ sauce under their fingernails, and it was too inconvenient to use their cellphones. Being a big BBQ fan, I was disappointed.
I actually witnessed a couple in a bar who were eating chicken wings with a napkin wrapped around the bone, trying to keep the sauce off their hands.
Consequently I decided to design something that would allow these people to eat barbeque food, chicken wings and Buffalo wings without having to wear the sauce!
--Inventor of BBQ FoodGrip