The Knork – Knife and Fork Combined

Just when you thought the world couldn’t amalgamate another two diametrically opposed eating utensils, the Knork shows up on scene. It’s exactly what it sounds like–a cross between a knife and a fork. No longer will hungry people have to leave the duties of cutting and stabbing to two separate tools.

I know what you’re thinking. You’re worried about cutting open the side of your mouth when using this little miracle. Rest assured, the Knork doesn’t really slice your food, so it won’t be slicing your lips either. The Knork uses selectively distributed force on its rounded edge to separate food when a bit of pressure is applied. Think of it as a miniaturized pizza rocker on the edge of your fork.

Another great thing about these little guys is that they’re reasonably priced. You can purchase a plastic 4-pack for $2 or you can buy in bulk with a 24-pack for $4.


By Brian Yamamoto

Brian earned his bachelor's degree in Communications from California State University, Fullerton with an emphasis in Photocommunications. He is a self-proclaimed ramen aficionado and dabbles in photography and writing in his spare time. While almost a carnivore, he doesn't shy away from partaking in peculiar cuisine whenever he's offered the chance. Some of his current culinary obsessions include home-made peanutella, gastropub burgers and sea urchin sashimi.

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