VIEWPOINT: MIND YOUR MANNERS
- How to send it back. Mariani, John // Esquire;Mar1998, Vol. 129 Issue 3, p34
Presents some guidelines on how to return unsatisfactory dishes in restaurants involving the waiters. Returning meat products and meal with capers; How mussel soup and raw shellfish should be serve; Proper serving of alcohol drinks.
- OUR BACK PAGES: STORIES FROM THE CATERER VAULTS. // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;9/4/2008, Vol. 198 Issue 4543, p16
The article focuses on the news story related to catering published in the August 15, 1919 issue of "The Caterer and Hotel Keepers' Gazette." It talked about the table manners of different countries and different times also have their influence on the matter. The author said that diners of a...
- Cheers & jeers. // Food Management;Feb2000, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p13
Comments on issues concerning the United States food service industry as of February 2000. Proper table etiquette being taught by Antoinette McGroarty, communications manager for Aramark & Duval County Public Schools in California; Texas Judge Joe Fish's order that the US Department of...
- Navigating the Business Lunch. // FoodService Director;2/15/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p6
The article reports on business dining etiquette dinners for students hosted by Keith Soster, director of food services for University Unions, at the University of Michigan. The sessions aim to give students confidence when dining out for business and provide a way for students to gain the...
- OUR BACK PACES: STORIES FROM THE CATERER VAULTS. // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;7/10/2008, Vol. 198 Issue 4535, p16
The article comments on the requirement of etiquette by hotel guests towards waiters as published in the June 15, 1882 issue of the "Caterer and Refreshment Contractors' Gazette." It is stated that waiters are subject to the same mental influences as the rest of humanity and that they cannot be...
- On stage for eating cues. Arbetter, S. // Current Health 2;Oct89, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p25
Discusses eating cues or the signals that prompt a person to feel hunger. INSET: Feeling hungry and what to do about it..
- Etiquette: The competitive edge for the CPA. Flatt, Carolyn; Williams, L.K. // CPA Journal;Aug95, Vol. 65 Issue 8, p74
Part III. Features guidelines on table etiquette during business dinners. Dipping of partially eaten food; Dinner napkins; Food utensils; Offering of the bread basket; Personal belongings; Gestures; Dropped food or silverware; Positions of silverware.
- Keeping food cravings at bay: 10 tips for taking charge. Hudnall, Marsha // Environmental Nutrition;Aug92, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p1
Presents an article which discusses the causes, and provides prevention strategies for food cravings. Look at cravings as suggestions to eat, not commands to overindulge; Think management, not control; Eat at least three well-balanced meals a day; More.
- Shopping for a long life. // FDA Consumer;Jul/Aug86, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p28
Consumers are more and more concerned about choosing foods that will help them live longer, according to a recent survey. The survey also found shoppers relying mainly on themselves to decide what's safe to eat.