Perhaps they found inspiration in Beyoncé but the folks at TourDeFork have come un with an innovative way to eat bite-size foods like berries and dessert: put a ring on it.
TourDeFork is a creative consulting agency that designs DIY projects featured in a monthly column in the Italian magazine CASAfacile. For the December edition, the team created 3-D printed acrylic rings come in five different styles, each designed to enhance the dining experience by offering a fun twist on the traditional fork.
The rings work beautifully as a pedestal for raspberries, blueberries, small cookies and even hors d'oeuvres. With chefs always looking for innovative ways to serve food we wouldn't be surprised to see these rings pop up at a restaurant near you soon.
Would you use these food rings? Tell us in the comments below!
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