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Table Manners

Table Manner Tips That Would Make Mom Proud

No, we're not in the buttoned-up 1950s, and you might not eat many dinners where there's a question of which fork to use. Considering how many of us eat at our desks, on the couch, or in the car, the...
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Is Grocery Store Etiquette Dead?

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by kelvin_of_ranard 1 month ago

When the butcher asked “who’s next?”, I turned to the man standing next to me and asked him. When the young woman obliviously blocks the aisle with her shopping cart and case of cheap beer, I sa...

"Shun, Don't Shame": How Hollywood Restaurants Are Treating Disgraced Diners in the #MeToo Era

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by Melanie Wong 3 months ago

" . . . One other way of handling a horrifying guest is to follow the 'shun, don't shame' advice of Daniel Buccino, the director of the Johns Hopkins Civility Initiative. 'If somebody calls that yo...

If a host is rude to someone, is it OK to leave?

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by SamuelAt 3 years ago

A colleague of mine, "Roz", invited a bunch of people over to her townhouse complex for an "End Of Summer Pool Party and Feast". My GF and I have had mixed success mingling with "Roz" - she's some...

How to present “unusual” dishes to the masses, aka co-workers

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by cgarner 4 years ago

I brought braised tongue for tacos and some home made tortillas, salsa fresca, queso fresco, pickled jalapenos, fresh cilantro in to work to share (had wayyyy to much for just the two of us to eat)...

Manners Manifesto

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by debbiel 4 years ago

This may be moved to Food News & Media, but it seems to fit on this board, where most of the etiquette conversations occur. A NYT Magazine article, Manners Manifesto. I like the distinction between...

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