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Kids Will Happily Eat Anything Using A Pair Of T-rex Chopsticks 

How could anyone, young or old, be picky about what they eat when they’re chowing down on dinner using a pair of easy hinged chopsticks with a chomping T-rex head on one end?


A GoPro Strapped To Chopsticks Shows How Fun It Is To Eat Exotic Foods

I don’t believe that Chinese food should always be eaten with chopsticks but it sure makes it fun. Or at least, strapping a GoPro onto a pair of chopsticks makes it look fun, especially when you delve into some of the funkier looking dishes. Anne-Sophie Bazard filmed her and her friends touring Beijing and eating with the GoPro chopsticks and came away with this footage.


Wonderful USS Enterprise Sushi Set Includes Warp Trail Chopsticks

If you’re in the business of designing and selling novelty chopstick sets, you might as well pack up and close down shop now, because no one will ever be able to top this USS Enterprise set that ThinkGeek has created. The BPA-free plastic chopsticks look like glowing blue warp trails coming out of its engines, and the ship’s saucer section opens up to reveal a soy sauce dish.


Smart Chopsticks That Test Your Food For Contamination

Recently, Stephen Colbert lampooned gadgets that track what you drink and other seemingly inane metrics. But the trend may have just found its ideal market. The Chinese search giant Baidu just introduced a pair of “smart chopsticks” designed to alert users to the presence of “gutter oil”, or the illegal use of oil dredged up unsavoury places.


Chopsticks Made From Rice Are The Perfect Pairing

It’s estimated that over 130 million wooden chopsticks are produced every day, and most are destined to end up in the bin after just one use. Sure, wood breaks down a lot better than plastic, but a couple of engineers from Barcelona have a better idea. They’re producing chopsticks made from rice husks — an unwanted by-product of rice production.


How Chopsticks Were Invented

Created roughly 4000-5000 years ago in China, the earliest versions of something like chopsticks were used for cooking (they’re perfect for reaching into pots full of hot water or oil) and were most likely made from twigs. While it’s difficult to nail down a firm date, it would seem it wasn’t until around 500-400 AD that they began being used as table utensils.


Hone Your Sushi-Snatching Skills With This Adorable Chopstick Game

Over at the Maker Faire New York this past weekend, there was this wonderful creation that turns mastering chopsticks and dining on sushi into a skill-testing game. NYU students Christina Carter and Jess Jiyoung Jung’s ChopsticKing challenges players to not only snatch a moving target but also do it while properly holding and manipulating chopsticks.


Could The Fork And Knife Chopsticks Be The Only Utensil You Ever Need?

There’s an eternal battle going on in my head on what’s the greatest utensil in the entire world. I flip with a fork but then flop to chopsticks, I side with the spear and then Benedict Arnold to extended fingers. It’s never settled. Different types of food require different utensils. If only there was one utensil to rule them all, if only I knew this fork and knife chopsticks existed.


The Compact Chopsticks: You'll Never Dine Unprepared Again

Forks are for amateurs; if you’re going to eat you’re going to work for it, dammit. Enter the chopstick. But all those splinter-laden, wooden eating-twigs don’t come without a price, you tree killer. The Compact Chopsticks, however, will let your live your life environmentally friendly and fork-free. Just like God intended.


You Need A Tactical Chopstick Holster When You're Serious About Sushi

If sushimi and maki are subjects you take very seriously, check out this over-the-top chopstick holster from Brandon, the incredibly talented 17-year-old behind Vanguard Armament. It ensures your personal set of chopsticks is always close at hand for those quick-draw dining situations.


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