For-Ghetti Spaghetti Fork Review

For-Ghetti is a specially designed spaghetti fork which supposedly allows for easier twirling of spaghetti. It includes four nubs on the outer tines, designed to keep pasta attached more securely to the fork. Does it work? Let’s find out in today’s review.

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Where to Purchase

You can purchase for-Ghetti on Amazon for about $17 for a large four-pack, or $15 for the smaller units. Prices are as of the most recent update of this review and are subject to change.

Claims & Features

  • Four nubs to catch spaghetti
  • Made of stainless steel
  • Can be used to train proper twirling
  • Good for children

for-Ghetti Review

I ran across for-Ghetti while perusing Amazon and was intrigued by its unusual design. The utensil’s sole purpose is to facilitate eating spaghetti, which is achieved by the nubs on the outer tines that are designed to grip onto spaghetti. The makers of this product would have us believe that regular forks are problematic because spaghetti easily slides off, although that hasn’t posed much of a problem for consumers for the past few hundred years.

I tested the for-Ghetti alongside a regular fork with some spaghetti to see if there was much of a difference. Although the for-Ghetti may have held a very slight advantage regarding its ability to cling to spaghetti better than a regular fork, I would say this advantage is marginal at best. When I tried eating a plate of spaghetti with a regular fork and the for-Ghetti, I saw virtually no difference in the experience.

Perhaps this would be a good way for children to twirl their spaghetti more easily, or to work as “training wheels” for this activity, but in my opinion the for-Ghetti is too specialized to warrant the cost. It provides little advantage, and only serves a single function.

If you’ve used for-Ghetti, tell me what you think in the comments below. Thanks for stopping by!

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1 year ago

This I find ridiculous! I get that people (including me!) have issues eating spaghetti. This doesn’t look like it solves any of them. I just try to roll it tighter using a spoon or the bottom of the plate or cut it smaller with the side of my fork (which it doesn’t look like one could do — at least not easily — with this). My other concern is how it would feel scraping across ones lips as you pull it out of your mouth. I noticed in the video you pulled the spaghetti off with your teeth, never pulling… Read more »

1 year ago
Reply to  James White

Go to the Facebook page and it will explain why there was a need for this fork.
it was originally intended for a learning tool for a child. Go to Facebook Forghetti fork.