The "Knork" is a fork with a uniquly shaped head that allows user to easily cut their food by rocking the Knork's head back and forth.
The Knork's unique functional and structural abilities are due to it's design. The head is comprised of both outer and inner fork tines. It's cutting comes from the head's ability to rock back and forth on it's curved edge. The inner tines have a shape like a typical fork but the outer tine provides highly effective cutting without a serrated edge or being sharp to the touch, even in the mouth.
The finger platform of the Knork has a greater surface area flanking both sides of the neck. This enlarged platform makes holding the Knork more comfortable with less effort.
The Knork's contoured handle has an enlarged end that adds stability and comfort in the palm.