A clever teapot goes by the name Tse & Tse. The porcelain teapot has a bentwood handle and a lid in stainless steel. The most important detail is probably the unusual shape of the body; the flat side is used for upright storage.
I’ll admit, I’m not a chopstick sensei, and when it comes to salad I still haven’t mastered the traditional fork and spoon method. Now, if I had the SL27 LINK I could hide it in my palm and trick everyone into thinking I was a one handed pro at both. Even if you’re not worried about your pride, the handy LINK makes serving food super easy by turning any 2 pieces of flatware, including chopsticks, into a versatile instrument that anyone can use.