February 1, 2006
If you are one of those people who eats pizza with a knife and fork--you know who you are--then this is the utensil for you. This pizza cutter/fork has the same cutting wheel as a pizza cutter and an extra-long stainless steel fork so you can slice and eat with one utensil. It comes in a set of two. Should we call it a cork or a futter?
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Posted by Maya Bazar at February 1, 2006 11:51 AM
This is an excellent implement for disabled people, my brother finds it a great help he can cut meat etc. without help.
I have 3 of these pizza forks I found at a yard sale a few years ago. Everyone fights over them at our house, I need 7 more. Anyone know where I can find them?
Does anyone know where you can purchase the pizza/fork cutter?
Ditto with Leo.
P.S. This thing looks ghetto.
What's wrong with you people? If you need any utensils to eat pizza, you have bad pizza.
It's a little hard to get the wheel in my mouth, but I manage.
I really can't see how this would be at all useful. If the pizza is all in one piece, sure you need to cut it, and then eat it, but I don't see how this helps. If you're talking about sitting down and eating it with a knife and fork, this still doesn't help, it's not practical for cutting small bite-sized pieces. And if it's about being lazy (god I know you Americans love that), then you should remember how messy pizza cutters get, and consequently how hard it can be to get all that lovely greasy cheese out of the wheel arch...
Does it work? I guess. Can you just use a knife and a fork? Sure. Will you look like the Uberdork using this contraption? Definitely. Should the inventor be sued for creating one of the worst kichen gadgets ever? You betcha.
Watch out, i'm gonna create a spoon with a built in straw- so that you can eat/drink your soup. I'll call it the spraw. Or maybe the sproon.
I can say that I have had this utensil for a good 3 months, and I find it very useful. It can be used for more than a pizza. You'll just have to get it and experiment to find out.
Mommy (your boyfriend's pet name for you?):
Take a closer look at the immaculately welded joints; the razor sharp tines; the robust yet ergonomic arch of the handle. Now with a single hand I shall cleave Meat Lover's Deep Dish pies in twain then shovel the steaming wedges betwixt my jaws. I advise you to stand clear.
Hi there wittle "Big" Ern,
It's awfuwwy cute, but it's time for wittle cheffie-boys to quit putting together lego-fork-pizza-cutters to cut their wittle pway-doh pizzas with. It's bath time Ernie!
Who are you, Rocky Balboa? Obelisk? Atilla the Hut? I doubt you have the brawn to fold a cheese-stuffed crust in half, let alone molest this broadsword of a utensil.
Was there any quality assurance process w/ this product? The handle of the fork looks like it could handle about 1/4 of the pressure required to cut through a pizza crust. Perhaps this was designed to cut through a pile of creamed spinach?