This stuff looks pretty cool. I’m not sure how sturdy it is, there is always a problem with plastic utensils. But I’m convinced that it would be the ultimate cutlery for Dining in the Dark. My big concern would be to not break the handle and accidently season my food with biohazardous glowing goo. If anything, you’ll never have a problem finding your spoon under the table if you drop it.
From the Glow Company
More of a novelty than useful. A small fork and combo spoon/knife/food pusher that pops out of a die cut credit card sized piece of plastic. I see this more of an ID card proving that you are indeed crazy about food and silly about cutlery for that matter. A little pricey at $20 but worth it for the looks on your fellow diner’s faces when you attempt to pay for lunch with it instead of a real credit card.
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When I was a young man, having a beer bottle opener hanging around your neck was very useful. And it meant a lot of people would come up to say hello and leave a small spritz of beer on your shirt. This travel cutlery available at UnCommonGoods.com has the bottle opener and a knife, fork and spoon. Stainless steel with a plastic case and lanyard that comes in black or orange. You’ll never drop your spoon under the table again.
Online at UnCommonGoods.com
This 53-piece set from International Silver is a setting for 8 people with 8 steak knives, 2 serving spoons, a serving fork, butter knife and sugar spoon. It’s 18/0 stainless with a classic looking teardrop design and it is a good value. But it brought to me the question, what is Bead Flatware? I first thought it was bead blasted for a matte finish, but that isn’t the case. Bead cutlery or better named “beaded” is the decorative design of tiny little beads along the handles. So now you and I both know, we learned something today.
International 53-Piece American Bead Flatware Set