carving fork


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Noun1.carving fork - a large fork used in carving cooked meatcarving fork - a large fork used in carving cooked meat
fork - cutlery used for serving and eating food
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carving fork

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She wears a blue flannel shirt-waist, which is now rolled up at the sleeves, disclosing her brawny arms; she has a carving fork in her hand, with which she pounds on the table to mark the time.
There is even a saw, game shears, carving fork, gloves, tungsten carbide sharpener and a full-size cutting board.
A court heard he went berserk, jumping on window sills and on furniture, smashing things and picking up a carving fork.
One of my most treasured inheritances is from my Nanna who sadly had Alzheimer's - her carving fork.
One Christmas Day I cooked a chicken which was underdone and he stabbed me in the leg with the carving fork.
Schizophrenic drug addict Trevor Joyce, 37, had taken a large knife and carving fork from a display at the store in Bury Street, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, before launching the random attack in the celebration aisle.
The NRA Show Promotion includes a "Chef's Special"; three essential kitchen tools from the professional line: an 8" butcher knife, a heavy duty 12" carving fork, and a flexible 3x5 turner/ spatula.
Last June Mark Stephens, 44, fatally stabbed his 67-year-old mother, Rita Stephens, in the head and face with a carving knife and carving fork at the home they shared in Tonteg, Pencoed, Bridgend.
And he accepted he also stabbed her in the face with a matching carving fork and caused her injuries including fractured ribs.
These were serrated blades, a knife, a large carving knife and a carving fork.