List of eating utensils
- Spoon – List of types of spoons
- Chopsticks – Asian utensil
- Fork – Western/sometimes Asian utensils
- Knife – Western utensil
- Cutlery – A set of Western utensils: usually knife, fork and spoon
- Sujeo – A paired set of Korean utensils: a spoon and chopsticks
"Fun Dip" is a type of candy in the United States, where a solid candy "dipping stick" is used to convey flavored sugar to the eater's mouth. The dipper is first licked to provide moisture, and then dredged through a small pouch with the flavored sugar, so that the sugar sticks to the dipping stick.
Some single-serve ice cream is sold with a flat wooden spade, often erroneously called a "spoon", to lift the product to one's mouth.
Prepackaged tuna salad or cracker snacks may contain a flat plastic spade for similar purposes.
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 – A knife with a single tine, sharpened or serrated, set into the anterior end of the blade. (from knife and fork)
- Pastry fork - A fork with a cutting edge along one of the tines.
- Spoon Straw – A scoop-ended drinking straw intended for slushies and milkshakes.
- Sporf – A utensil consisting of a spoon on one end, a fork on the other, and edge tines that are sharpened or serrated.
- Spork – Spoon and Fork
- Splayd – Spoon and Fork and Knife
- Spife – Spoon and Knife.
Utensils for specific foodsEdit
Some utensils are useful only for specific foods.
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