An Easy-to-Follow Crash Course on Fine Dining
Manners such as no speaking with food in the mouth, or placing the napkin on your lap are things that most people are aware of. But being confused with the multiple forks, spoons and knives set on your table is a common dilemma. So, do you end up toying with food and waiting for your co-diners to start eating to save yourself the embarrassment at a fine dining event? Table manners and dinning etiquettes are important at fine dining events. But learning them may take some time and experience. Here's a crash course to avoid feeling out of place at a formal dinner.