a fork used in carving meat, commonly having two long tines and, at the base of the handle, a projection on which to rest the forefinger and thumb.
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When breaking down a turkey, a carving fork is often more trouble than it’s worth.This 6-step turkey-carving method will save your bird—and thumbs | Naomi Tomky/Saveur | November 23, 2021 | Popular-Science
Leg of Lamb: With rounding side up, plunge carving fork in center of roast, and cut in thin, parallel slices across grain to bone.How to Prepare and Serve a Meal and Interior Decoration | Lillian B. Lansdown
Domestic Duck: Bird on back (drumsticks to right of carver, as with all fowl) the carving fork is thrust through breast.How to Prepare and Serve a Meal and Interior Decoration | Lillian B. Lansdown
In Spanish America, trinchante is used to designate the carving fork.Heath's Modern Language Series: The Spanish American Reader | Ernesto Nelson
A steel table or carving fork, for example, is an important article of cutlery, although it is not a cutting tool.
The father talked so much that his daughter Edith took the carving-fork from him and served out the mutton-chops herself.A Bicycle of Cathay | Frank R. Stockton