Poke center of Italian sausages with chopstick to make well, fill with chocolate syrup and twist the open end of the sausage.
It is to be hoped that the chopstick may ultimately be adopted here instead of the knife and fork.
Anybody who can make a shoe-peg or wooden toothpick can make a chopstick.
One may search in vain for the trace of any object in the nature of a chopstick in Central or South America.
also chop-stick, 1690s, sailors' partial translation of Chinese k'wai tse, variously given as "fast ones" or "nimble boys," first element from pidgin English chop, from Cantonese kap "urgent." Chopsticks, the two-fingered piano exercise, is first attested 1893, probably from the resemblance of the fingers to chopsticks.