Get your hands on a Knork, the new way to eat
Miller is now 29, and the Knork is on the market -- and in use around town. You can try it at
It's a heavier utensil with broad, curved tines, a larger finger platform and a well-balanced handle. It slides through waffles, pizza, chicken and more in style. It'sis especially useful for the hand-injured -- or for cutting food at cocktail parties WHILE STANDING!
"the Knork is far more than a novelty and a gimmick," she continues. "We have expanded the line to include a full table presentation to modernize dining -- bringing functionality, a cool factor and comfort/quality to flatware!"
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