Are you able to roll your spaghetti with single handled fork, as we do in Italy?

@opinione (749)
Italy
October 30, 2007 3:48am CST
Or you need the help of a spoon, a knife, an automatic rolling device (motor-fork) and so on? The operation, in itself trivial, needs a bit of... exercise that Italians are in general happy to perform since they are children.
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• Philippines
3 Apr 08
oh yeah! ive been using chopsticks my whole life so its chicken feed. but i can say that its trivial, really! lol. i dont need spoon too. its quite easy if your used to it but its fascinating to see it the real italian way.
@anousha (406)
• Mauritius
30 Nov 07
I've always eaten spaghetti with a fork so of course I can roll it myself on the fork!
@jean0827 (306)
• Malaysia
19 Nov 07
I will need to do it with a spoon i think.. I never try to do that with only fork.. I should try it one day~^^
• United States
10 Nov 07
I am from the USA and I roll my noodles up with a fork and spoon. My husband cuts the noodles up in little pieces and eats them with a fork.
• United States
5 Nov 07
I am not Italian and I can roll spaghetti with a fork alone.I am the only person in my family that can do it. My mom would cut here spaghetti and my sister uses a spoon.Both ideas seem foreign and it is not necessary.I wonder if I can do this because I am lefthanded and I hold my fork in my left hand? I don't know why I can do it and my family can't.
@gberlin (3836)
30 Oct 07
My dad was born in Italy and I grew up using a fork and spoon. However, I can do both. In fact, I had spaghetti 2 days ago and I just rolled it with my fork.
@dreamy1 (3818)
• United States
30 Oct 07
I've never ever eaten spaghetti with a spoon. I only use a fork so I guess my answer would be yes I am able to roll my spaghetti with a fork single handedly.