These unusual utensil designs take excessive eating to a whole new level. The Nils Hint cutlery is part of Steinbeisser's Experimental Gastronomy programme in Amsterdam, which is an experimental food event where five plant-based dishes are prepared by a featured chef for a limited amount of time. This fall's edition combines the culinary skill of Bini Sharman with this unique utensil design.
The multi-pronged fork allows diners to try lots of locally grown and biodynamic quality ingredients, as does the layered pebble-esque spoon. Other eating tools include a black fork and wrench combination, in addition to hybrid spoon-forks. The specially crafted tableware is all part of the European dining experience, which will be used for serving and consuming from November 8-10, 2013. Photo Credits: designboom, steinbeisser.org
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