Surveillance Cutlery. Security Flatware for the home.

Surveillance Cutlery. Security Flatware for the home.

These are trying times in the world. The government can’t be trusted. The banks are losing our data and money. Facebook is running the elections.

You can’t be to careful. And you can’t carry a knife in the UK. So it’s down to the lowly spoon to keep you safe. We are all forked.

As pictured above it’s recommended you use a Security Spoon to keep on eye on people who are keeping an eye on you. Cutlery has more uses than you thought didn’t it? Be vigilant my friends!

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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

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BYOC (Bring Your Own Cutlery) or ECC (Everyday Carry Cutlery)?

plastic picnic tray invented by French designer Jean-Pierre Vitrac

Above is the single use plastic picnic tray invented by French designer Jean-Pierre Vitrac. It’s from around the World War II era. I have to say it is pretty impressive. A cup, tray and cool looking knife, fork and spoon. And it’s plastic. And we aren’t happy with plastic these days and I get that.

So as the world plans on banning plastic and it’s use in the food industry we have new ideas. Here at the Cutlery Review we have been promoting what we call the Everyday Carry Cutlery or ECC. But our friends over at Treehugger.com are suggesting Bring Your Own Cutlery or BYOC. Either way it’s a great idea.

Read the article at Treehugger.com

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How long have we been using cutlery?

viking_art__medieval_cutlery_by_elkapetan

The folks over at The Irish Times have a great article about the history and age of cutlery. How long have been using a fork, knife and spoon?

Excerpt:

“Spoons are among the oldest eating tools; it’s not hard to imagine early humans making the leap from natural spoons such as seashells or stones to fashioning spoons out of wood, animal horns and eventually metal, adding handles somewhere along the way.”

Checkout the entire article at The Irish Times

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