The fork was the eating utensil that was not used at the first
The knife was the first utensil that was used. Even though they did have forks they did not use them because they had traded them with the Indians for information and supply.
I would say knife so they could carve the turkey.
The fork. Pilgrims used spoons, knives and their hands to eat. The fork was introduced 10 years after the original Thanksgiving by Gov Winthrop of Massachusetts.
chopsticks spoons forks
they used pots and pans from the silversmith when he made pots and pans
utensil used to aid in eating division between two or more paths, for ex.
very first thanksgiving
The utensil that used to cool baked products is a Wire rack.
because it is suitable to make cooking utensil
A fork. Table forks originated in Roman times, and became widely used in the Middle East. But they did not become common utensils until the 1600s in Europe and the 1700s in the American colonies.
They used spoons, knives, and their hands. But no forks
Arm guard is a utensil used in archery. Arm pads and ankle supports are sports utensils.
People eat cranberries at Thanksgiving because they are a food that would have been served at the first Thanksgiving, which is commemorated on Thanksgiving Day each November. The early settlers would have used cranberries to preserve their meat.
A strainer or colander
They used to make there own clothes!