A couple weeks ago, Panda Express started hyping up these new Chorks. The plastic utensil features a fork on one end with a pair of chopsticks on the other.
Like the wooden chopsticks found in most Asian restaurants, you can snap the Chork in half and they'll act as traditional chopsticks. If you're unfamiliar with how to use chopsticks, leaving them connected lets you train with them.
We got our hands on some and decided to test them out for ourselves.
Check out the video to see what fellow Foodbeasts Marc and Elie had to say about them.
Panda Express currently has no plans to roll the utensils out nationally, at least for now. Rather, they'll be giving them away on special occasions. If you're dying to try them, you can buy some directly from Chork.