Toss your grizzled old spork and dig into your camp fare with this all-in-one utensil, which improves on the trusty spoon/fork hybrid by adding chopsticks to the mix. Slurp gazpacho off the spoon, spear steamed asparagus with the fork, and – with a quick tug to pull them out – shovel rice with the sticks. When you're done eating, lock the hardwood sticks together in the spork's handle to create an extra-long grip and start scraping grime out of deep pots – or just use it to stir some fireside cocktails. [$17, gsioutdoors.com]
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