Butter knife, used to spread bread.
Small fork and spoon are used for salads, sweets or some appetizers. Large fork, knife and spoon are used for staple food.
The western table is simple and neat. According to the standard pattern, there will be knives and forks, spoons, cups, bread plates, large plates, napkins, and small teaspoons, forks and coffee cups for side meals. The domed knives are used for butter, the smaller pair of knives and forks are used for appetizers or fish, and the larger pair of knives and forks are used for meat main dishes. When dining, take them in order, but sometimes you will encounter tableware of different numbers on the left and right, which means that the extra tableware is used alone.
1. The function of the knife and fork is to cut. In a quantitative set meal, the big ones are cut into small ones, and the small ones are cut into smaller ones. This continuous cutting action from big to small has cultivated Westerners. Logical thinking from appearance to essence.
2. The cutting of knives and forks represents power and is rigid, imposing violence and coercion on the object of choice. For example, use a fork to hold the food, force it to fix, and then use a knife to violently cut it.
3. Knives and forks are metal objects and are non-renewable limited resources in the natural environment. While satisfying their own needs, Westerners express the excavation and possession of resources, which are profit-seeking and profit-taking, which is what the Easterners think The villain approach.
4. Knives and forks are one-way cooperation of both hands. What they pay attention to is holding a group and fighting the world. What they advocate is a team spirit.