All I have to say is: “where has this thing been my whole life...”
Just got back from a week in Death Valley and Sequoia Nationa Park. The Morsel Spork literally does everything it says.
"I decided to test this beast out before heading out in the back country and I have been quite happy with it. The most striking feature is that it is actually the right size. Most other camping utensils are too short and designed for eating in your kitchen from a shallow bowl or plate, not the Morsel - this is long enough to use with your camping pot or straight from a dehydrated food pouch."
— Garrett Fitzgerald
"I first got one of these several months ago and fell in love. As an avid backpacker it's perfect for dinners out on the trail. I really enjoy when I get to have a dehydrated meal on an overnight but the downside is when my hand gets covered in food trying to get the last of the meal out of the bag you cook it in. This spork is the perfect length for those dishes and it's super easy to clean."
— Bryan Fearon
Resulting in the world's first... Sporkatula? Foonula? We couldn't decide, so we decided to call it Morsel.
Your favorite gear gives you that extra edge – perhaps it is tougher, lighter or more full-featured than its predecessors. Can you attribute that same level performance to your camping utensils?