If you must use a tree branch to roast marshmallows and hot dogs over a fire, do it in a more civilized way by attaching a roasting fork to the end.
Finger chopsticks for active snackers that like to munch on messy potato chips, popcorn, and cheese puffs while reading, gaming, or staring at phones.
The layered design of this compact bamboo utensil tray allows you to stack flatware on top of each other to save valuable space in a kitchen drawer.
The ultimate 6-in-1 grilling multi-tool that combines extra long tongs, a spatula, a knife edge, a grill scraper, a bottle opener, and a flashlight.
The ultimate all-in-one mushroom prep tool to clean and core fresh mushrooms.
This set of four reusable stainless steel straws have built-in garnish skewers along the side that are perfect for adding olives, pickles, chili peppers, citrus wedges, shrimp, bacon, cheese, steak bites, pickled vegetables, sausages, or just about anything else ... Continue
Crunchy edible wafer straws made from either Kellogg's Froot Loops or Cocoa Krispies cereal that make sipping a glass of milk or slurping up the rest of a bowl cereal milk much sweeter with a blast of fruit or ... Continue
These handy stainless steel grilling tools have super bright LED flashlights built into the handles to light up the entire grill and are even designed to mimic the spectrum of the afternoon sun so you can see the true ... Continue
These eco-friendly plastic spoon alternatives come in Oregano Chili, Black Pepper, Chocolate, and Vanilla flavors, stay firm in hot or cold foods up to 30 minutes, and you can actually eat them after using.
A rugged utensil made in the USA from a tough, food-safe material called Grilamid that combines a handy spork (spoon + fork) on one side and a hidden 2.5 inch serrated knife that can be pulled out from the ... Continue
Rather than scooping out balls of ice cream, this innovative non-stick ergonomic scooper lets you dig down effortlessly into even the hardest ice cream to create fun, stackable cylindrical blocks of ice cream. Simply use a simple twist-and-lift action ... Continue