List of eating utensils
Humans in different cultures use a variety of tools to eat. This is a list of eating implements.
- Chopsticks – Asian utensil
- Cutlery – Western utensil
Over time, these utensils were combined in various ways in attempts to make eating more convenient or to reduce the total number of utensils required.
- Chopfork – A utensil with a fork at one end and chopsticks/tongs at the other.
- Chork – Pointed and slightly curved tongs, which can be used like chopsticks (as pincers) or as a fork (for spearing). A different kind of Chork is a fork with a split handle, which can be broken in half to make two chopsticks.
- Forkchops – Used in a pair, these are basically a pair of chopsticks with a small fork and knife on the non-pointed ends.
- Knork – Knife and Fork
- Spoon Straw – A scoop-ended drinking straw intended for slushies and milkshakes.
- Sporf – Spoon and Fork and Knife
- Spork – Spoon and Fork
- Splayd – Spoon and Fork and Knife
- Spife – Spoon and Knife
Utensils for specific foods
Some utensils are useful only for specific foods.
- Eating utensil etiquette
- List of food preparation utensils
- List of serving utensils
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