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So...Apparently Eating Spaghetti Is Getting Too Tough

by Abby

There is a new 'spaghetti fork called "The Rolognese spaghetti utensil" and it works by sitting the wooden-handled fork in the spaghetti and turning the handle. The spaghetti curls around the fork without too much mess.

Another fork to help spaghetti eaters is called the Calamete 'thumbed' fork from Japan which was based on the human hand, with a thumb that sticks out to make perfect twirling without needing the spoon.

And finally there is the twirling fork from Kitchen Craft: Just push a button and the fork head turns, which claims to swirls spaghetti up in an instant.