Etiquette and table manners
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Whether you're eating at a fancy restaurant, in the cafeteria, or at home with friends and families, good table manners make for a more pleasant meal. While you may not need to worry about confusing your salad fork with your desert fork when dining with friends, some basic table manners should never be forgotten. Here are some easy-to-follow do's and don'ts.
Maybe most of your meals have been served at a drive-through lately, or eaten over the sink. All of us are busy and for many families there is no regular dining time anymore. Maybe it has been a while since you have thought about dining etiquette, or you haven't been exposed to dining etiquette rules at all. Start with handling utensils, napkin etiquette, and other table manners essentials.