Consider this: forks have four tines but our hands have five fingers. If forks had one extra tine, maybe a shorter one designed like our thumbs, would they be even better at helping us roll spaghetti?
A Japanese designer Keisuke Tsubakimoto seems to think so. The dynamic designer created a line of forks which completely mimic our hands. The wooden forks have a thumb, which should make forks even handier (bad pun fully intended) so you can get a better grasp on your grilled T-bone.
Now a three-Michelin-star restaurant, Noma has changed, but not necessarily on the plate. According to Kenneth Foong, it's all about the way the team works, which is closer to a tech company than a traditional restaurant. Read our exclusive interview with Noma's head chef.