Definition of Carving fork
1. Noun. A large fork used in carving cooked meat.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Carving Fork
Literary usage of Carving fork
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Expert Waitress: A Manual for the Pantry, Kitchen, and Dining-room by Anne Frances Springsteed Cole, Anne Frances Springsteed (1894)
"Lay the carving-knife and gravy spoon at the right of the platter, and the carving-fork at the left of the platter. Serve the roast in the same manner as ..."
2. Table Service by Lucy Grace Allen (1915)
"Introduce carving-fork into center of roast and hold firmly with left hand, with carving-knife in right hand. Cut in thin, parallel slices across grain to ..."
3. The Reliquary (1876)
"This consists in a permanent and fixed guard to the carving fork, which, while it serves as a protection or "guard" to the hand of the carver while in use, ..."
4. Carving and Serving by Mary Johnson Lincoln (1886)
"Insert the carving-fork across the middle of the breast-bone. Cut through the skin between the breast anil the thigh. Bend the leg over, and cut off close ..."
5. Carving and Serving by Mary Johnson Lincoln (1886)
"Insert the carving-fork across the middle of the breast-bone. Cut through the skin between the breast and the thigh. Bend the leg over, and cut off close to ..."