Dining Etiquette 101
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Dining Etiquette 101

Fine dining etiquette can be confusing for people who have no or little experience in formal dinner. This graphic illustrate a nice table setting along with guidelines on table manners in a professional environment. From which silverware to use on meat, fish, and salad to the placement of your utensils when you’re done eating. Also see Engineering a Flavorful Dining Experience.

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  • Shiela Bennett

    Some of these traditional etiquettes are culture-dependent. Like crossing the silverware to suggest the resting position is normal in Commonwealth countries but uncommon elsewhere.

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15/04/2017