There's something a little caveman about grabbing food with your hands, something that we loose when we eat at arms length using traditional cutlery.
These appetizer tools from Teroforma go someway towards combining the caveman style with a more functional, 21st century approach.
Scoop, stab and spread with these wooden eating tools handcrafted from beech wood. They offer people a much more hands on approach to eating, something that can be very refreshing at the dinner table.
They come as a set of six eating tools with 2 scooper, 2 spreaders and, yes you guessed it, 2 stabbers. They're very well designed and executed and cost $58.00 from the Teroforma website.
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