An EDC tool for camping and outdoor living. While it works as a sturdy fork and spoon, inside, the Ka-Bar Spork conceals a serrated knife, perfect for cutting meat, as well as survival and self-defense. The spork and knife are made from a high-strength tactical polymer.
Droog Designs’ clever cutlery is cut from thin slivers of birch plywood. They’re sold in packs of 10, in paper sacks of forks, knives, and spoons. We suggest bringing them to picnics, then using them as kindling for your campfire.
Slice up that overcooked steak with confidence on your next trip to the woods with this German Army-issued set of camping utensils. The stainless kit includes a knife, fork, spoon, and can and bottle opener, which all fit into one piece.
We like to think we’ve got the whole chopstick thing down to a science. And we pick up our sushi with our fingers. But for those of you who must eat à la Américain, these combo utensils should help you eat (and cheat) just fine.
Don’t muss up your delicate fingers eating so-called “finger food” – instead, grab a pair of Trongs, and rip into that barbecue with animal-like efficiency – and free up your fingers for texting!
You’re gobbling down some Pad Thai and get down to those last few bites on the plate. You could continue to work at it with your chopsticks, or just flip over your fork and knife.