Eating Utensils

SporkLight My Fire Spork
£2 from Tiso.co.uk

Like so many others, I’ve tried to keep things like this to a minimum, and for me the Spork does that.
It may have a name that makes you cringe with memories of plastic airline cutlery, but in practical terms it’s a winner – fork (and serrated “knife”) on one side with spoon on the other, this should maybe be called a Sponifork.

But it’s not.

Along with my lock knife this has served almost all my cooking and eating needs.

Snow Peak ChopsticksI say almost, because I also took the undoubtedly sensible decision of investing in some travel Chopsticks, by Snow Peak.
I stand by my decision.

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