I love Asian food. There, I said it. That statement doesn’t make me racist, snobbish or egregious. It simply makes me a woman whose palate can appreciate all of the wonderful flavors and nuances that generally accompany cuisine of the Asian variety, ergo—a raging foodie.
As much as I love the cuisine, however, there is one thing that I am particularly bad at that is the source of personal shame every time I dine in an Asian restaurant: I can’t use a pair of chopsticks to save my life.
These chopsticks, made by Brunton, are bamboo and stainless steel, and fold for convenient storage and comes with its own burn-your-retina Dayglo Orange carrying case.
Will I really whip out a pair of chopsticks and enthustiastically begin on my journey—a quest, if you will—to become a chopsticks weilding guru? It’s doubtful. But should I ever learn to manipulate the feeding utensils in a proper manner that won’t send food propelling through the air as if it had been shot from a rogue cannon (as has been demonstrated by yours truly in the past), that will be the first important step in my educational voyage.