Friday, June 11, 2010

Hollow stainless steel chopsticks

This post took place on June 11, 2010.

Today we went to Dongdemun market.

There seem to be thousands of stalls here. My mom wanted to buy some easy-to-wash quilts and my goal was to buy these hollow, stainless steel chopsticks I first used in a restaurant here in Korea.

I think these are the perfect chopsticks. They are reusable, don't warp like bamboo ones, don't chip like laquered ones, don't slip like plastic ones, and are comfortable and easy to use unlike regular Korean metal chopsticks.


Michelle said...

I agree. Those are perfect chopsticks for all the reasons you mentioned.

The only thing I don't like are those ridges at the tip of the chopsticks.

The ridges are there so they grip the food better, but when you put the food in your mouth and then take the chopsticks out, your lips can feel the ridges.

takeshi007 said...

Stainless steel personalized chopsticks are commonly use in Korea as common food utensils and based on the survey, a stainless steel chopstick is better to use to grab or shove big cute of foods.