"Who needs a fork when you have chopsticks?" is the question that came to my mind when I stumbled upon these stem-like utensils. Hand carved from olive wood, they resemble an olive branch, traditionally used to begin new friendships.
One way to amusingly introduce yourself to Twiggy Chopsticks is to try them with foods you would normally eat with a fork. Just for fun, the next time you make the Obama family's linguini or lobster ceviche with limestone lettuce, try an eccentric experiment with Twiggy.