Some of these are barely recognizable as eating utensils.
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Designer Cleto Munari is putting his personal collection of art, furnishings and objects -- many created in conjunction with architects like Michael G...
We've all been there -- you order a dish at a nice restaurant and, when it comes, you realize you cannot possibly eat it with a fork and knife. So yo...
Whimsical invention site The Cheeky may have just created the best weight loss tool ever. It has introduced dumbbell cutlery, which, according to the ...
She may not remember the conversation of the past five minutes, but that her children pressure her to move from her apartment of the last fifty-odd years: this she remembers. And she's not giving an inch.
I've always wondered why people will have collections of handbags or shoes and only one set of dishes. How boring. The table is where memories are made.
They don't know how to eat properly. I'm not talking about what food to eat, I'm talking about physically transporting ingestible matter from the plate to the oral cavity.
I'm thankful for the oncoming cornucopia of change. But for some dumb reason, while I'm a thankful person and feel wickedly blessed -- I'm just not crazy about Thanksgiving.
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