Talk:Pastry fork

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I think a dyslexic person may have written this, or else I'm having spatial conception problems.. surely, since you hold a fork with the tines curving in towards the center, then rotate it inward to scoop the piece of pastry, the cutting edge on a right-handed pastry fork would be on the -left- (when facing the concave face of the fork), meaning the one in the picture is left-handed (we're facing its convex side), right?

I'm pretty sure that we're looking at the concave side, which is how we would view a fork normally placed on a table, so the caption would be correct. -- Norvy (talk) 16:27, 18 Jun 2005 (UTC)
It is the concave side of a rattail design.