I just felled the dead brush/tree something in my garden, and harvested 13 forks in various sizes, plus a good amount of very nice clubs that will make excellent handles.
It is "Cornus Sanguinea", the hardest wood you can find here in Germany. It is extremely dense and was very often used for bows and clubs in ancient times. It was sheer luck to have this big brush in my garden dying just when I needed it.
Soon these will be beautiful frames! The rest of the brush will be used for my fireplace in the winter, every bit of the plant will be used. I like that thought.