Isn’t it interesting to find out the very many different uses of the simple objects that we find in our home? Take for example spoons and forks. Instead of throwing away the damaged ones they can be transformed into cheery garden sculptures!
So you have prepared a very tasty lunch with all the arrangements made to enjoy it with a great view…when you suddenly realize you have missed out the fork! Just to make sure that doesn’t happen again, here’s a thoughtful idea from designer Devon Briggs.
Ok, so it is not exactly a 3-in-1 utensil. But a combination of these rather long fork and knife (10.25″ each) work as a pair of chopsticks as well! To make life even simpler, the top of the chopsticks are even textured for better gripping as well.
Does eating right and staying fit pose that difficult a task? Helpings in correct amount should be the straightforward solution to this, don’t you think? For those who are unable to keep those calories down here’s a new way to tackle the situation. Enter the dumbbell cutlery!
Have spoons, knives and forks but no tongs. Not to worry for here’s a silicone kitchen tool to help you out.
Since you already know how a fork is used, you might be interested in checking out a second function of it. As you can see above, a fork turns into a jewelry piece, courtesy of Marchello Art.
What do you have to say about this design that lends the normal fork an ‘extra’ extension? Or may be you could call it the ‘thumb’ that completes the ‘palm’. It is a specially designed Japanese fork called the Calamete that is said to ease the way of wrapping and maneuvering noodles with it.