What do you call this kitchen utensil?

Dear moms, dads, chefs, cooks, and other kitchen tool-familiar folks,

We used to have this exact fork like spatula but it recently broke. We are looking to buy a replacement but we don't know what it's called so it is difficult to look up to even know where to buy it.

It's like a cross between a fork and a flat head spatula, slightly arched, and tapered at the tip. Non-stick pan safe.

Thank you

here is what it looks like:

https://goo.gl/images/31EjAK
https://goo.gl/images/tSVEaN

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cranberry October 29, 2018
Search amazon for "large kitchen fork" there are a couple of melamine options, and one silicone that is from sur la table. You have to scroll through because most are the two-tined style.
 
Exbruxelles October 29, 2018
This isn't the same thing, but it's very similar and would work as well.

https://www.amazon.com/12-Jumbo-Fiskie-Ultimate-Spatula/dp/B07JQYP9MV/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1540826804&sr=8-1&keywords=spatula+fork+combo
 
nancy E. October 27, 2018
It says right in the picture...A fork spatula. Mystery solved
 
BakerBren October 26, 2018
Any chance it is an omelette whisking fork? Try a search for that and see if it is a closer match. Good luck!
 
Dona October 25, 2018
It’s sometimes called a Granny fork.
 
Scott October 25, 2018
A "sporkula"? lol!

I think both your examples called it a spatula fork. Seems right to me. Maybe try a "forked spatula" or "split spatula".
 
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