Friday, 13 April 2012


Chopsticks - they’re that utensil that you’re terrified to use when you enter any Asian restaurant.  So, in homage to the internationality of London’s food scene, allow us to enlighten you:

Chopsticks come in all sizes from small, medium, and large, as well as all kinds of materials, ranging from stainless steel, wood, and plastic.  They are the quintessential utensil in Asian cuisine, and many Asian students bring their own personal set to university with them.  Why might this be? Is it because of their functional, sentimental, or hygienic value?  While you’re out practicing your chopstick skills , we want to see what your personal set looks like.  But, if you don’t have a pair of chopsticks, do not fret!  We welcome contributions of any personal cutlery items! Take a picture and send it, along with any stories you might have or a description of why you like to have your own personal cutlery, to!

1 comment:

  1. Chopstick can be used to have any type of meal. It takes a little practice to use chopsticks nicely. Initially it will be little difficult to hold the grip, and the food tends to drop many times you try.