Jon Favreau’s Carving Fork from the movie “Chef”

Messermeister Park Plaza Forged Carving Fork

Today’s cutlery post is just what it says on the title. We have finally found Jon Favreau’s carving fork from the movie “Chef”.

In the video screen shot above you can see Jon giving the original to Andrew Rea on the amazing YouTube show “Binging with Babish”.

This is one of the less used but most valued items in our kitchen. The weight and balance are wonderful. Not great for teflon pans but perfect for everything else. And especially good for making the infamous “Pasta Aglio e Olio” also from “Chef” as below:

The 7-Inch Messermeister Park Plaza Forged Carving Fork is made of German 1.4116 high-carbon stainless steel. And it has a lifetime warranty against material and manufacturing defects. And did we mention it’s forged steel?

Messermeister Park Plaza Forged Carving Fork from Amazon

Update:

Another video from Babish about the infamous carving fork:

Messermeister Park Plaza Forged Carving Fork from Amazon

Wow! Everyone is loving the carving forks. Here are five more alternatives that were recommended to us:

Messermeister Park Plaza 2-Piece 10-Inch Kullenschliff Carving Set

Wusthof 9647 Classic Ikon 2 Pc Carving Set, 2 Piece, Black

Wusthof 4413-7/18 Carving Fork, One Size

Kilajojo Chef Pro Stainless Steel Carving Fork 12 Inch

J.A. Henckels International Classic Stainless-Steel Meat Fork

OXO Good Grips Stainless Steel Carving Fork

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5 thoughts on “Jon Favreau’s Carving Fork from the movie “Chef”

    1. That’s not pedantic at all. It’s just accurate. I have Messermeister knives and I knew the logo on Favreau/Babish’s fork wasn’t it, but I couldn’t for anything figure out what it was. It wasn’t terribly important to me other than curiosity, but now I know. I sort of “cheaped out” on my carving fork and bought a Cangshan, but now I can rest well knowing even Favreau, Babish, and Roy Choi tacitly acknowledge you don’t need to spend a ton of money on an expensive German fork to do what you need it to do. Not that the Park Plaza is really all that fancy as Messermeister goes, but still.

      Thanks!

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