This could be a training tool for your kids, learning how to use a fork. It could also be a great way to save on some space when going on hiking trips (we always need a fork at one point or another). This can also be just a plain fork-spoon combination with no story behind it at all.
Would this work with a lefthanded? Would it work at all?
Meat Tenderizer Needle Kitchen Tool by Mierepro ($13.99)
When you think of a meat tenderizer, you probably think of a wooden mallet with spikes on the end. They definitely get the job done, but isn't there a better way? The Meat Tenderizer Needle Kitchen Tool has several needles at the base of the handle. All you have to do to get a perfect consistency is push it down onto the meat.
Reviews tell us the truth of the matter, and this item from Mierepro has a four-star average on Amazon. It seems a little slower than just going to town with a wooden mallet, but if you're spending enough time tenderizing meat, you'll enjoy better results with this item.
Meat Claws by Mountain Grillers ($15)
Whether it's pulled pork or a roast turkey, cutting your main dish into smaller portions isn't a task to be taken lightly. How many of us have slaved over the cutting board with a dull knife or a hard-to-use electric knife? No more. Grab the Meat Claws from Mountain Grillers and start shredding.
All you have to do is put one in each hand, and dinner will soon be ready to eat. They double as great back scratchers, and triple as items for personal defense. Just make sure to wash them between uses – no matter what you're using them for.
Pickle Bottle Stopper by Hawwwy ($13)
Most people think of putting a pickle into the bottle of their wine and turn their noses up. Well, Hawwwy thinks about wine a little differently, which is why you can now keep your favorite bit of bubbly fresh with this unique item.
If you're after a last-minute present, Secret Santa gift, or White Elephant option, this item might just be the thing. It's made of food-grade silicone rubber, which means there's no danger of contamination, and for the wine aficionado with a silly sense of humor, it's sure to be a hit.
Cheese Melting Pan by Cuisinart ($9.99)
Cheese tastes good no matter how it's being offered, with chunks, shredded, melted, or more. The liquid form can be hard to reach, though, but Cuisinart is here to help with their cheese melting pan.
All you have to do to get some piping hot melted cheese is fill this easy item up with shredded cheese, cover it up, and place it on the grill. It even comes with a little spatula, so scraping that delicious melt out of the pan and onto whatever you want is simple. With four and a half stars on Amazon, it's never been easier to make all of your cheese fantasies come true.