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September 18, 2006

Knife-and-Fork Chopsticks


From the website:

    Fusion Flatware

    Designed so you can "eat in any language," these 10"-long chopsticks feature a fork and knife on one end.

    Made of tough, food-safe polystyrene, they are reusable and dishwasher-safe.

    Knife-edges are serrated and chopsticks have textured ends to ease picking up food.


Six sets (i.e., 12 pieces total) are $34.99.

Here's a nifty bookofjoe innovation for whomever would like to make a nice chunk of change: create knitting needles that double as a knife and fork, à la the flatware featured above.

Because even the most fanatic picker-up of stitches needs to take a fuel break every now and then.

September 18, 2006 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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The way I use chopsticks i'd never be able to use these (the knife and fork component would clash). Did anyone test these things?

Posted by: IB | Sep 19, 2006 3:55:49 AM

Perhaps you can knit with what is pictured here. Possible to knit on pencils. Did that once. Also, once knit on sewing pins.

Posted by: Mb | Sep 18, 2006 4:32:38 PM

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