Dousing every meal in salt might make food tastier, but all that extra sodium is eventually going to raise your blood pressure—giving you bigger problems than bland food. So researchers in Japan have built a prototype electric fork that uses electrical stimulation to simulate the taste of salt.
There's an eternal battle going on in my head on what's the greatest utensil in the entire world. I flip with a fork but then flop to chopsticks, I side with the spear and then Benedict Arnold to extended fingers. It's never settled. Different types of food require different utensils. If only there was one utensil to…
If you're the type who tries to maintain a constant state of readiness for any emergency, Devon Briggs' folding credit card fork will ensure you never have to resort to eating with your hands at a party or fast food joint.
Next time you go out to a restaurant, request a big fork. According to researchers, it's an effective way to control how much you eat—without leaving you hungry at the end of the meal.
Sometimes I'm eating something so delicious that my slow fingers and small utensils can't keep up with me. I need more powuh. These Bear Paw Meat Handler Forks will let me maul meat like a bear would. So perfect.
The Eatenisil combines seven tools which make eating easier—a spoon, fork, knife, pizza cutter, chopsticks, bottle opener and wooden chip fork—all in a Swiss Army Knife-type casing. Novel indeed, but I have to ask: why?
Twilight's hometown, Forks, Washington, is getting its own reality TV series, because we can't stop until the last drop of merchandising blood has been suckled from Stephenie Meyer's heaving money maker. Let's hope it includes the Twilight Themed Hotel.