Digging into a bowl of spaghetti, while a simple process for any adult, or person with the a set of coordinated hands, simply needs a spoon and fork. It’s really the only civilized way to eat spaghetti, otherwise you’ll need a bib and tolerance for strangers starring at you as you try your best to get those long noodles on to your fork, into your mouth, and down your throat. But can you blame kids for not possessing the motor skills required to eat the Italian crafted food in this particular manner?
The Rolognese Spaghetti Fork negates the spoon from the equation. At the end of the wooden handle is a rotating lever, making the process of twirling up the spaghetti as easy as, well, rotating one’s hand in a clockwise or counterclockwise fashion. Just note, that it would seem that the fork and handle are fixed, which ultimately means there is less to break, though it will take a bit more coordination than if it weren’t.
You can buy one from Amazon for about $25.
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