I do not know why this video cracks me up so much but I think it has something to do with the American entrepreneurial spirit and just how far some folks can take it. I also don't quite know what to make of the original spaghetti fork demonstrated in the video, but I do kind of like it. I am wondering what a couple of ten year olds would do with it or how it would go over in my neighborhood Itallian restaurant-- but never mind. It's a fun and novel idea.
As for me, I'm not much into plates heaped with pasta in the first place ( will you look at the size of that helping? It's enough to feed a family of four and its sitting on ONE plate)-- But I am all for American inventiveness, and Bob Balow, the guy who invented this spaghetti fork, seems like a nice guy. Though I'm probably not going to become one of his customers, I wish him well.
So, go have a look at his video demo and either have a chuckle, place an order, or both. You can order stainless steel or gold plated forks for youself or as gifts by going toRCB Products-- the home of the original pasta fork.
Bon appetit, y'all