10 Dumbest Food Inventions

Sporks, wine stoppers serve no discernible purpose
By Matt Cantor,  Newser Staff
Posted Mar 26, 2011 2:15 PM CDT
Sporks and More: the 10 Dumbest Food Inventions
Sporks are pretty useless.   (Shutterstock)

(Newser) – Have you ever truly benefited from a spork? Do you face a pressing need to bake muffin tops, not actual muffins? The Daily Meal rounds up the most useless food-related inventions:

  • Quesadilla maker: Don’t you already have a pan?
  • Spork: Use a fork or use a spoon. End of story.

  • Wine stopper: Just use the cork.
  • Muffin top baking pan: The whole point of muffins is that you make the whole thing, then decide what to do with the bottom.
  • Garlic press: Turns your garlic “into mush.”
Click for the full list. (Read more food stories.)

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