Is the Chork the future of eating? East and West end their dinner-time conflict at last with the invention of the chopstick-fork
Made by Salt Lake City-based Brown Innovation Group, the Chork can be used as a fork - but then snapped apart to form chopsticks.
Eating the meat and vegetables with a fork and knife is easy as can be, but noodles tend to be easier to get a hold of with chopsticks. You can either spend the entire meal switching back and froth between a fork and knife, and chopsticks, or you can get a set of ForkChops and save yourself some effort.
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