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And now, a few words from some of our customers.  

We welcome hearing how you use our magnificent skewers when creating your grilled masterpieces!   Share your story and even a picture if you'd like and we'd be happy to include you on this page.  

"Coming from a long line of shish kebab makers I could not find skewers made the old fashion traditional way anywhere as these are. They are the best made if not better than the old ones and made in America even better. The quality is outstanding as is the company itself. I am fortunate to have found these heirloom quality sewers and glad I can pass them onto my daughter someday...maybe.....if she's good!"​  JB, New York

"My dad loved the skewers. We really appreciate how quickly you were able to get that over to us since my dad was able to open it up on Sunday for Father's Day. The skewers are really impressive and we can't wait to try them out. Thanks again."

- D.H., New York


"I've been using  the "American Skewer Company" skewers for the past 2 and a half years. If you want quality there are no better skewers on the market, they are made to last generations." 

- Robert Allen,

  Flower Mound, TEXAS

"I  own six of them and use them often in making shish-kabab. Because of the nice weather here out west I can use them year round.  Great product." 

- Officer Michael Campbell

                        Being Greek, we are always cooking for family and shish-kebab is a family tradition for us too!  Your skewers are perfect and remind us of a set

                        our Yaya had many years ago.  Thanks guys for a wonderful product and happy grilling!"

                        - Konstantine P.


Family blasts from the past!























Circa 1965 - (Left to right) Uncle George, Aunt Phylis,           Circa 1975 - Same skewers, same pot.  My big          Circa 2010 - John Paul, cousin Ted and his dad Uncle

 daughter Carol, me (Karen), Gigi in front of George.              brother Ron in the stripes, Uncle Bill, and mom Elsie   Roop (son of Hamphar and Fundugh Doumanian)                         

                                                                                                                                                                                 The tradition continues . . . 

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