When I was a kid, eating was never a problem. My mom says my first solid food was a Cheeto and considering my affinity for any cheese product, I wouldn’t doubt her. My brother, on the other hand, was a different story. He wouldn’t eat anything except peanut butter and jelly. For every meal. But maybe if his food was presented in a more appealing way (no offense Mom), then he might’ve been more inclined to eat what was on his plate.
At least, this is what I assume the thinking is behind something like The Dinner DJ. The product is an interactive dish set that looks like a turntable, with a knife/spoon/fork utensil acting as the tone arm. It even comes with twistable knobs and a plate that actually spins around like a record. I don’t know about y’all but SIGN ME UP.