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MEERCATBRONZE Member
A Meerkat that eats chicken
194 posts
Location: Cambridge UK


Posted:

Ok i know this sounds weird but for a present for someone i am trying to find a three pronged carving fork to buy.
Does anyone one know if these exsist, and if they dont why not ??? what is the advantage of having only two prongs in my opinion it makes it more unstable. ubbrollsmile ubbrollsmile lolsign
I really need to get this fork

JauntyJamesSILVER Member
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Posted:
Tape annother prong on a two-pronged carving fork.

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Wild ChildSILVER Member
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Location: Cheshire, United Kingdom


Posted:
One of the divisions of the company I work for does catering equipment - I'll see if they do one. Tho I must say it seems highly unlikely!!

Don't think I wanna know why you want one.... eek wink

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Wild ChildSILVER Member
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Location: Cheshire, United Kingdom


Posted:
Just checked - sorry, no such thing as a 3-pronged carving fork! A fish fork is 3-pronged but maybe that's not big enough for your purposes??

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KatPSILVER Member
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Location: Way oop norf, Scotland (UK)


Posted:
Written by: MEERCAT


what is the advantage of having only two prongs





Grips better than 1 prong and makes minimum number of holes in the thing you're trying to carve!

Tried googling?

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GnorBRONZE Member
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Posted:
https://www.belowstairs.co.uk/acatalog/Online_Catalogue_Knives__Cutlery_and_Flatware_53.html


sounds like its an old design. Maybe hit the second hand shops

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Wild ChildSILVER Member
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1,733 posts
Location: Cheshire, United Kingdom


Posted:
That jogged my memory - seen one before, but you're right, they're old fashioned and, as it says, unusual even for then.

I'm sure my Gran had one - I'll ask my sis if she's got it!

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colemanSILVER Member
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7,330 posts
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay, United Kingdom


Posted:
this one is far holding onions still apparently...

should do the job though smile


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MEERCATBRONZE Member
A Meerkat that eats chicken
194 posts
Location: Cambridge UK


Posted:

Thankyou all my dad always get really angry when trying to carve meat and always go's on about wanting a three pronged fork it wasnt for anything weird smile

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