So the video above was recently posted on Reddit. And being self proclaimed cutlery experts and cookie experts as well, we went digging to find this wonderful Oreo fork. And well….here’s what we did find:
These forks are the closest we could find to the Oreo Fork in the video above. Googling hasn’t helped us either. We implore you, our readers, to leave comment below if you have found more info on the Oreo fork. We don’t want this to be another Nutella Knife situation!
Right off the bat, let’s be clear that this was a limited edition and if your reading this you missed your chance to get one. But we are hoping the success means a return?
This interesting piece of custom cutlery was created to ease the suffering a cross-contamination when making Vegemite toast.
From Vegemite’s marketing manager Jacqui Roth:
“Aussies are opening up their jars of Vegemite to find that butter has somehow made its way in. We can’t have that. So, we’re introducing a solve – the limited-edition ‘Vegeknife’. The limited-edition Vegeknife is a dual headed cutlery breakthrough, with one end for butter and one end for Vegemite – so now, there’s no reason to get butter in the Vegemite jar.”
Much like the Nutella knife it was a limited edition piece of flatware made by and for marketing. Let’s hope it returns.
So went looking for Halloween Cutlery and every choice out there is plastic. And plastic cutlery is on the way of the Dodo bird, it’s going to be very gone soon.
So what to do about having some nice creepy cutlery for Halloween flatware fun? We think the Matte Black Silverware Luxury Flatware from Lemeya is the way to go. I mean, look at it? It’s black and has such a gothic design vibe!
Made of high grade 18/10 stainless steel that is dishwasher safe and rust proof (but we recommend staying away from the dishwasher). This 24 piece set includes include 6 Dinner Knives, 6 Dinner Forks, 6 Dinner Spoons and 6 Coffee Spoons.
There has been a flurry of activity on the Internets this past week about the twirling spaghetti fork. There are many styles and types of spaghetti forks out there so we will take a look at a few choices…
The manually operated Donkey Blue Rolognese – Wooden Twirling Spaghetti Fork is from a German company and seems to be focused on children. But a very simple design made of sustainable wood and stainless steel makes it seem very practical.
The PK Twirling Spaghetti Fork is battery powered and got the most attention on the Internets. This powered cutlery requires two AAA batteries and they claim dishwasher safe, but we’d take out the batteries first.
And last but not least and our favorite solution is the For-Ghetti Spaghetti Fork from the Rehabilitation Advantage Store. This simple design requires no cranks or batteries. It’s genius design is four specially-designed nubs on each of the outer tines to catch and hold the spaghetti in place. This is function over form design in flatware.