Halloween Skull Cutlery

Halloween Skull Cutlery

Every year we try to find some new cutlery for Halloween and this year’s find is a real treat. This is some scary flatware for the Halloween dining room table.

Sadly it has the longest and most unwieldly name: “OIULO Pattern Matte Silverware Set for 8, 40-Piece Square Handle Matte Black Flatware set,Unique Pattern Design, Satin Finish Cutlery for 8 ,Utensils for Kitchens Dishwasher Safe”. So it’s a good thing we have the link to it below for you.

This 40 piece silverware set includes 8 dinner spoons, 8 dinner forks ,8 dinner knifes, 8 salad dessert forks , and 8 teaspoons. Made of 18/0 stainless steel with a high quality titanium black coating that we wouldn’t recommend for the dishwasher lest you lose those cool skulls!

Halloween Skull Cutlery available on Amazon

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SPORTS SILVERWARE!

SPORTS SILVERWARE!

We here at The Cutlery Review recently took a little vacation to the wonderful prairies of this amazing country. And while visiting with friends the topic of cutlery came up, as it it wont to do. And a sweet young lady named Cara was very excited to contribute ideas and she told us all about this one. Thanks Cara!

It’s SPORTS SILVERWARE! They wrote it in all caps so we wrote it in all caps! The Canadian Brewhouse restaurants are offering these super cool sports themed flatware. They’ve got a Golf Club Knife, Baseball Bat Spoon and Hockey Stick Fork. We have to admit these are kinna fun. But the best part is that $1 from every sale goes to charity!

Check out the SPORTS SILVERWARE! at TheCanadianBrewhouse.com

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Star Wars Spoons, Cutlery, Apron and More

Star Wars Spoon Cutlery

Of course this exists, I mean come on, of course it does. It’s almost like there is a Rule 34 for Star Wars. If it exists, then there is a Star Wars branded version of it.

And cutlery must have been close to the bottom of the merchandising list but they finally got there! And what a package of Star Wars themed kitchen fun!

This package includes 5 bamboo cooking spoons, a kitchen star wars apron, and a double-sided dishwasher magnet, all inspired by your favorite galactic Star Wars characters. The five spoons include a spatula, fork, and spoon. All accessories are made entirely of natural, organic bamboo wood, which is eco-friendly, durable, food-grade, and bpa-free.

But wait, there’s more! Prepare for the ultimate star wars cooking “battle” with this galactic kitchen apron! Our apron is made with premium quality materials, which makes it water-resistant and easy to clean. Also, it has a detailed and vivid depiction of the most dangerous villain in the entire galaxy.

And more yet: Dishwasher Stickers: For the most enthusiast fans, we prepared an adorable surprise. Our cooking set comes with a clean dirty magnet for dishwasher. The magnet is double-sided, indicated “clean” or “dirty” and making any cooking experience more fun and entertaining.

Get your Star Wars Cutlery Set from Amazon

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Dinglehopper? It’s a Fork?

Dinglehopper fork

We were at a outdoor picnic recently and there was a crowd of young children frolicking about. At one point a young girl came running up to her mother and asked for a “dinglehopper”. The mother dug into her picnic basket and produced a fork and handed it to the child who promptly tried to comb her hair with it. We were dismayed. Perhaps the child was not well? So we inquired and were laughed at promptly and told “I thought you knew all about cutlery!?” Shame.

After some googling here is what were learned about that facetious flatware. It’s a Disney thing.

“The Dinglehopper (a.k.a. the fork) is an artifact from the sunken ship which Ariel and Flounder explore early in The Little Mermaid. It is in fact a fairly ordinary object, but Ariel prizes the dinglehopper, as it is an artifact of the human world. Scuttle is a seagull and friend of Ariel. He appears in the film as an expert on human objects with whom Ariel consults about items she salvages, though his identifications consist of nonsense. He wrongly names a fork a “dinglehopper” and says that it is used as a comb.”

Ya, so, it’s a comb. Not a fork. Silly kids.

Get your own Dinglehopper from Amazon

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