East Meets West

No matter where you go in the world, you have to eat.  Eating keeps us alive.  It’s also an expression of who we are.  Some of us eat with our hands while others will not touch anything without a knife, fork or spoon.  Whether you are in the mountains of Kentucky or in an authentic Japanese home, eating utensils are a common ground.  Although the types of them vary.  Many Americans and Europeans choose to eat with knives and forks while Westerners in the Asian countries may use chop sticks.  A new hand made utensil that’s pretty popular is the Popcorn Fork.  It allows you to eat with more control than the chopstick.  We all have to eat and it’s great to know that we can also make it exciting by switching up on how we go about it.