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  • Karen Lister

    Dining Etiquette 101 for Dinner Parties Cheat Sheet! #hgeats

  • Lea Richards {Sauce + Style}

    Dining Etiquette 101 : Place settings, which fork to use first, and everything else you ever wanted to know about how to dine like a true hostess with the mostess #partyideas #partyfood @iheartbbq

  • Charles Rowlan Jr

    Do you get confused by which fork to use at a formal table setting or which foods are OK to eat with your fingers at a fancy restaurant? Use this helpful guide to brush up on your dining etiquette. tips-tricks-essentials-for-the-home

  • Stevano Widjojo

    Dining Etiquette 101 by sun-sentinel via visually.net: Basic rules of etiquette at a formal table setting. Read more about eating soup, holding utensils, proposing a toast, cutting meats and finger foods.

  • Jackie Bowers Riker

    This is such a pet peeve of mine.. bad table manners. Here's great cheat sheet on Dining Etiquette 101. Always a good reminder.

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good to know. As a southerner raised on etiquette and Pretty Woman, it's ust a good refresher.

Do you get confused by which fork to use at a formal table setting or which foods are OK to eat with your fingers at a fancy restaurant? Use this helpful guide to brush up on your dining etiquette. tips-tricks-essentials-for-the-home

Hmmm. I usually gobble everything down hi back for seconds never burp usually tip a little bit and eat with my hands as much as my utensils and mostly with my right hand and I rest my elbows on the table and am likely to read while eating.

If you’re planning on traveling to another part of the world soon for work or vacation, it’s important to take time to learn about the different traditions, customs, and general behavior of the culture you plan to immerse yourself in. Not surprisingly, food is a big part of daily life no matter where you are in the world. Every country and area around the globe treats food and the time dedicated to meals a little differently.

what a party- this would be great for a wine party or just friends over for a great night

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thanks to my time in the sorority and the ever-caring Miss Linda, I knew this! Never hurts to refresh though

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Eating All Over The World - Infographic | But I'm left handed! I can't eat with my right hand! The owners of my favorite Indian restaurant must think I'm terrible!!!

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