The shift in cutlery and eating utensil design as cuisine is globalized
Implications - As cuisines become more diversified, people are learning to adapt their palates to novel flavors while at the same time becoming keen apprentices of cultural consumption methods. Designers are creating unique innovations and hybridized cutlery to compliment the new world food menu.
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