3-Tine Kitchen Fork
Great for many needs
I use these for cooking, mostly-- but they can be used for serving as well. Nice, SHARP tines-- which is exactly what I wanted.
March 23, 2014
i use this for spearing certain condiments out of tall jars, such as pickles, olives, etc. its great.
March 1, 2014
great love this product
I have not had one of these since my mother had one many years ago and love itl
December 11, 2013
Can't live without it
I had one for many years. My daughter took a liking to it and out the door it went. Well, now I have two of them just incase one goes out the door again.
October 12, 2013
I bought one of these forks in 1971 (from the Vermont Country store) and it became my most used kitchen tool. I love how it works for flipping things in a skillet, or mixing tuna or chicken salad, and lightly beating eggs for an omelette. However, I lost it during a recent move, and I thought I would just use other forks. No. Bad idea! So I ordered another one and I am so happy with it.
July 19, 2013
Hard to find cooking fork: found
I had two very old three-tined wooden handled cooking forks just like MY grandma had, which I use constantly. When I started looking for one or two additional forks I could not find them ANYWHERE. Looked from gourmet shops to discount stores--nothing.
But there they were at Vermont Country store! They are a little larger than my old ones, which I like. They also have the same securely attached wooden handles so no fear of burning my hand. I bought two, so it is a pleasure to just reach into the drawer for another when I have several things going at once. Tossing and mixing salads, sauteing or turning meat and any number of things, I love them.
I also got the larger two tined fork as well. And I know where to get more now. I'm thinking presents for my four girls: 'just like mom uses'.
July 14, 2013
wooden handle very rough - splinter
I love your store and really enjoy your catalogs.
This experience is surprising so I thought you would want to know that I am disappointed. The roughest part is where it is emblazed with your logo. Guess someone forgot to sand and seal the wooden handle.
January 10, 2013