President Trump eats Pizza with Cutlery

We’ve seen it happen before a few years ago here at The Cutlery Review with Mayor of New York Mr.de Blasio.

And we are seeing it happen again with the President of the United States eating his pizza with a knife and fork. I’m surprised he isn’t trying a spoon and blaming the spoon for being ineffective. Maybe former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin could cut it into bit-sized pieces for him.

Sorry to be a little harsh, but if you can’t eat pizza correctly or understand the time and place to use flatware?

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Frozen Cutlery

So why is cutlery so cold? And especially when you are in an airplane? That is the big question here: When you receive your knife, fork and spoon, just why is airline cutlery always so cold?

Chris Morris @ Simpleflying.com addresses that question and attempts to come up with an answer about chilly flatware.

Check out his article @ Simpleflying.com

Oh, and if your child saw the new Frozen movie and won’t eat their frozen peas? Then check out this cutlery for kids. This set from Zak Designs contains 2 forks and 2 spoons, which measure 5-3/4 inches long. Disney kid flatware set is made of stainless steel, ABS, and TPE, 100% BPA-free and dishwasher safe!

Zak Designs Disney Frozen – Kid Flatware Set from Amazon

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Disturbing Double Spoon Rest

Double Spoon Rest

This is a spoon rest for two. Spoon rests are very handy for keeping cutlery from creating a total mess of your work top. It’s a fine flatware accessorey that isn’t a multi-tasker but still handy.

But this one is rather disturbing. It has numerous visual references to human anatomy that shouldn’t be stated out loud.

They are stainless steel so that’s nice.

Was happens in the kitchen stays in the kitchen. Sort of.

TableCraft Double Spoon Rest from Amazon

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What do you call this? A Spoodle?

Spoodle

Inquiring cutlery minds really want to know. Is that a ladel? Is this a spoon? What sort of kitchen utensil is it?

The most common we have heard is Spoodle. Which is ladel plus spoon. Make sense to us. What do you think?

And more importantly, what is it used for?

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