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 beauty of this Fork & Knife Chopstick (it needs a much better name if it ever wants to legitimately enter the utensil conversation) is that it lowers the learning curve of using chopsticks. At it’s base set, it’s a fork and a knife. When you run into something you’d need chopsticks for, you slide the knife through the fork’s slot and you’ll create a set of hinged chopsticks. Basically, you’ll get a pair of chopsticks that springs itself into perfect form and shape.
Unlike a spork, which is probably the worst Frankenstein utensil of them all, this Fork & Knife Chopstick (again, that name needs to change) could combine the best of every world. You can buy them at Vat19 for 10 bucks. [Vat19 via FoodBeast]