Saturday, October 6, 2018
Notes to Self Professional College & University Etiquette Business Dining Etiquette
Know the number and menu order of courses in a meal. Order something easy to eat when you can; know how to eat “Chicken” with a knife and a fork. Pre-study menus online or on site.
Establish or maintain your place setting or cover throughout the meal; leave the centerpiece alone. Avoid adding personal items: books, a hat, a backpack, or technology as a part of a cover.
Look for food to be served (counter-clockwise) from the left (leaving,) and plates to be removed right (retrieving.) Say, “May I” “Please” “Bless you” “Thank you” and “Welcome” where appropriate. Pass items to the right where applicable.
Take small amounts of food. Eat in courses over eating in piles. Avoid taking too little, or too much, or more in visual calories than those dining around you. Try a little of everything unless restricted by religion, health, or culture. Wait for most everyone to be served before beginning eating.
Posted by Harold Almon Living Skills Coach and Etiquette Coach Director Career Services Young Professionals & University Seniors baeschoolofetiquette.blogspot.com at 10/06/2018
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