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Chefs on Bravo's Top Chef and Top Chef Masters use it, Rachael Ray loves it, and Wolfgang Puck's Los Angeles Food and Wine event uses it exclusively. Its success stems from its simplicity—a knife and fork combined into one: the Knork. Knork founder Mike Miller stumbled onto this idea while on a date at a pizzeria. He was frustrated in his attempts to neatly eat his slice with a fork, and found a solution that serves as both a cutting and piercing device. Though at first glance it may look like a standard fork, the Knork's beveled edges and broadly curved outer tines can slice through fruit, pizza, vegetables, and fish without being so sharp as to endanger diners' fingers. The Knork line of elegant flatware extends to stainless steel spoons, knives, and serving utensils as well. The tableware comes in high-gloss, matte, or dual-toned finishes, and is ergonomically designed for maximal comfort.
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“Knork is the best silverware! I love my knorks!”
“Knork flatware is very good quality, attractive, feels good to hold. and have unique designs. The cost is less than comparable flatware. It's made in...”
“Knork flatware is very good quality, attractive, feels good to hold. and have unique designs. The cost is less than comparable flatware. It's made in Newton,Kansas,not China. I enjoy using Knork.”