Among our personalized favors
, we offer personalized chopsticks
, also referred to as custom imprinted chopsticks, and engraved chopsticks
. What is the difference? Our personalized imprinted chopsticks are printed on with food safe ink. Our engraved chopsticks are laser cut. Whether itís a party or a birthday, why not make it memorable by gifting your guests personalized chopsticks, with your name and even a special message on it.
The imprinted chopsticks with red silks sleeves are a great gift to give for your friendís wedding or even a wedding anniversary.
We also have environment friendly disposable chopsticks which can be used for your restaurant. With our selection, you will be spoilt for choice.
When you think of chopsticks, what comes to your mind? We think of Chinese noodles. Chopsticks are small tapered, pair of sticks both of equal length, used in traditional eating utensils in Greater China, Japan, Korea and Vietnam.
Chopsticks are believed to have originated from ancient China, they can also be found in some areas of Tibet and Nepal; arrears close to the Han Chinese populations. "Chopstick" is the Pidgin English and English name for the tools. The Chinese name for chopsticks is Kuaizi. Japanese chopsticks are called hashi or otemoto.
As easily as Europeans use forks, the Chinese use chopsticks; it is an extension of a manís fingers. The Chinese Chopstick is blunt on the "eating end," while the Japanese prefer those with pointed tips. You can also find short length chopsticks for children as well.
Chinese food is prepared in such a way that itís easily handled with chopsticks. Many older generation Chinese households had no forks at all. Chopsticks are used for cooking as well. You can use them to serve noodles, retrieveing deep fried foods, beating eggs, stir frying.
Most chopsticks you find will be made of bamboo or plastic. However, there are chopsticks made of metal, bone, ivory and also various types of wood. To use chopsticks, you have to maneuver them in one hand, between the thumb and fingers and then use it to pick up food morsels.