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The fork is a common utensil found on the dinning tables in the West. The first known fork in America was on June 25, 1633, when governor John Winthrop introduced what was then called the "split spoon". Channel Dad Bryon Lape is no History Guy, but this does seem to be some history that needs to be remembered.
In the American colonies, the fork was seen as a devil's instrument and most people used spoons. Usage of the fork developed differently in Europe than in America. Each side to this fork controversy see the other as using the fork incorrectly. Typically, Americans use it similar to a spoon and see Europeans as holding the fork upside down. Which way is correct? Which way do you hold the fork?
Channel Dad Bryon Lape reads an article by Lianna Brinded on Get Pocket. The Great American Fork Controversy has been going on for nearly 400 years. Is there an end or should everyone use the fork the way they want? Read the source article:
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