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
Proper Ways to Set a Table. The student understands the history of food service and the use of the professional kitchen and is expected to demonstrate types of table setting, dining, and service skills.
Correct Table Settings for North America ~ from "with enough coffee": The US & Canada (and some South American resorts) use this place setting as opposed to the Eurpoean standard that puts the Fish course before and the Salad after the Meat course.
Good Manners: Knowing Different types of forks - helpful to keep in mind if you're the host . or as a sneaky cheat sheet if you' a guest and are a little overwhelmed with multiple forks in front of you!