August 29th, 2013

Cut Your Steak With a Knork

It’s a knife! It’s a fork! It’s super…

No, it’s a knork.

A what?

A knork.

Just as the name implies, it’s a cross between a knife and a fork. A knork!

It’s really mostly shaped like a fork but the bottom side is sharp like a knife so you can use one utensil to cut into your juicy steak and then eat it.

Supposedly it will not cut your teeth or your gums/tongue/cheek when you put it in your mouth. It has been tested and beveled to prevent that.

Pretty cool!

The knork has its detractors, though. Some feel that it encourages shoveling your food in your mouth. And “lazy eaters.”

But this new tool could prove to be very positive for disabled eaters who only have use of one hand. You can read more about knork technology here.

Me? I like the idea of getting to each bite of steak a little faster. That’s not a bad thing in my book.

I say bring on the knorks! I’m in!

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April 28th, 2011

Eye Candy – Steak Style

Gorgeous, right?

I like pretty, shiny, colorful things.

Mix them with a good steak and I’m in my happy place.

Aren’t these acrylic steak knives beautiful? They’re from France. Somehow, that makes them even more beautiful. I don’t know why.

They’re Claude Dozorme steak knives from the Laguiole region of France.

Fancy schmancy.

Click here if you must have these for yourself. And bon appetit!

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