Oneida is a major player in this game and there is no questioning it. Their history goes back to the 1880s with a interesting connection to the movement known as Perfectionism. The Mooncrest flatware set is actually a 18/0 stainless (contains no nickel) and dishwasher safe. It has a nice extended set that includes a serving spoon, pierced serving spoon, meat fork, butter knife, and sugar spoon. What is a pierced serving spoon you ask? Why it is a holey spoon of course.
Oneida Mooncrest 45-Piece Flatware Set, Service for 8
Clever pun (Dine Ink) or clever idea or both? Sitting at your desk with a pudding cup and no spoon or a Cinnabon without a fork and knife is a terrible thought.
We looked at portable cutlery sets before but this one is the smallest and least expensive. And it is ever so clever using the pens you have at hand.
This is a student stocking stuffer if I’ve ever seen one. Especially if they are in culinary school.
Dine Ink Pen Cap Eating Utensils
You’ll be happy to know I’ve created TWO separate words for spoons! Janko and planko. Planko is for a spoon with food on it. Janko is for a spoon with no food on it.
Let’s just address the tweepodok in the room.
The Big Bang Theory: Seasons 1-5 [Blu-Ray]
A few of us last Xmas got the now “baby version” CRKT Eat N’ Tool that I reviewed last year. Well the fine folks at Columbia River have now “extended” their line and created the extra large 9110C Eat N’ Tool which features an actual handle to the spork and a more functional hex wrench. No it’s not titanium but it’s a great price. The longer handle means you can reach the bottom of that can of beans (it has a can opener now!) without getting your hands dirty. The original model is still a favorite of mine but I’m asking Santa for this new one.
Columbia River Knife and Tool 9110C Eat N’ Tool Silver Multi Tool, X-Large