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HOW'S YOUR TABLE MANNERS?


Your mother always told you, don't talk with your mouth full and keep your elbows
off the table. Was she right? What are the correct table manners and proper dining etiquette to bring to the table?

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Dining Guide

So, Where Do We Eat?

Europe-based Restaurant Magazine recently revealed the 50 Best Restaurants in the World for 2004, chosen by an international panel of more than 300 hard-to-please restaurateurs, chefs and critics. [ Read More ]
Cultural Dining Guide

When you travel to another part of the world, you might discover that in some cultures, the dining etiquette is very much different from yours. Here are some tips to make your dining around the globe a pleasurable experience.
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Culinary Articles by Dilip Shaw

Want to join the food industry? Why not know your employment prospects before you finalize your decision to study in culinary schools. Where do you want to go? The world of Culinary Arts is one of the fastest growing fields in the United States and beyond. [ Read More ]
Dining Etiquette Tips

How well do you know the proper table manners? Follow these dining etiquette tips that will help you dine at ease:
  1. Look at the table setting in front of you. Think of these as road maps that guide you through the courses of a meal.
  2. Never do anything until the host/hostess does it first. This includes sit, eat, put your napkin on the table, and leave. After all, the host is paying for the occasion, so at least make him/her feel like he's/she's in charge.
  3. Forks (with the exception of the seafood fork) are placed to the left of the plate. Depending on the meal, the knives and spoons are on the right of the dinner plate. Solids such as a bread plates, go on your left.
  4. Wine glasses or crystal stem-ware are placed to the right of the plate.
  5. Knives and spoons are placed at the right side of the plate.

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