Most campers don't have the outdoor skills necessary to build a shelter, set a trap, or even start a fire. But there's one thing even the most amateur outdoorsman can make—a marshmallow stick. And with these cutlery adapters, that primitive tool can then be used to consumer more than just s'mores.
Designed by Sharon Myoung and Tony Kim, the S&S cutlery simply requires a camper to find a stick, shorten it to a usable length, and then sharpen the point so it can be twisted into a threaded bolt. Assembly really only requires pre-teen skill levels, but the final product can vastly improve your outdoor dining experience. But if this still seems like too much effort, you can probably just pack a regular spoon and fork—but where's the fun in that?