From Anthony Giglio: “Was in Atlantic City this weekend having dinner at Buddakhan. They gave us chopsticks but nowhere to rest them! Then I saw my friend had used the paper wrapper to make an improv one. Thought of you. Not earth shattering… but fun.”
We have a friend who makes elaborately folded origami-like chopstick rests that we can never duplicate and find ourselves improvising strangely shaped ones that more often than not don’t work very well. We like this simple A-frame. Fold the paper in thirds crosswise, then in half lengthwise to make a V.
We also love the wonderful picture made by some cool phone app…just like that…in the moment, sitting in a restaurant…
Thanks, Anthony!! (wherever you are)
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