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Victorian Formal Dining, Etiquette, Manners and Service By Jeremy Hancock
Paperback: $17.96
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Some of the contents. Servant’s positions and responsibilities. Good personalities for a “Lady” and a “Gentleman”. Good manners for “Ladies” and... More > “Gentlemen”. Preparations for the Guest rooms and the Kitchen. Dining room preparations. Available flatware and serve ware Using the right dinnerware. Table Manners and how to eat certain foods. Serving the Meal, Wines and Eating the meal. Afternoon and high tea How to make a perfect pot of tea. How to Address your Servants. Rules for Servants. Menu for a Victorian Christmas Formal Dinner.< Less
Victorian Formal Dining, Etiquette, Manners and Service By Jeremy Hancock
eBook (PDF): $5.00
Some of the contents. Servant’s positions and responsibilities. Good personalities for a “Lady” and a “Gentleman”. Good manners for “Ladies” and... More > “Gentlemen”. Preparations for the Guest rooms and the Kitchen. Dining room preparations. Available flatware and serve ware Using the right dinnerware. Table Manners and how to eat certain foods. Serving the Meal, Wines and Eating the meal. Afternoon and high tea How to make a perfect pot of tea. How to Address your Servants. Rules for Servants. Menu for a Victorian Christmas Formal Dinner.< Less
Success with Etiquette: Delightful Dining Etiquette! By Shawn E. Gilleylen
eBook (PDF): $14.95
In today’s business world, more and more business is conducted over restaurant tables than boardrooms. Part of the professional process is being able to understand proper table etiquette and... More > how to present oneself in a sophisticated and proper manner while eating. Dining with a client, colleague, or superior is an opportunity to get to know the individual on a personal level to your strengthen business relationship. Employers and clients are observing your social skills, character, and acumen. The way you behave while dining is a reflection of how you conduct business. This charming book explores all aspects of dining etiquette from place settings, silverware savoir-faire, napkin placement, seat assignments, dining styles, body language at the table, food faux pas, eloquent conversation, host/guest duties, toasts, invitations, the art of thank you, and more… Discover the finer points of dining to dine with delight, charisma, and sophistication!< Less
Pocket Manners: Dining & Etiquette Guidelines at Your Fingertips By Sylvia McLaren-Tishler
eBook (PDF): $9.95
Have an important event coming up? Make sure to make a good impression! Not since your mother has anyone told you to mind your manners. You may lose a job opportunity, a sale or a perspective mate... More > because of your manners, the way you dress or how you speak. The sad truth is no one will tell you. It is up to you to know and to practice good manners. This little book will provide you with guidance in the following areas: • First Impressions • Cocktail Party Dos and Don'ts • Formal Dinners • What and When to Tip • Netiquette • Hosting and Toasting • Navigating Cutlery... and lots more!< Less
Pocket Manners: Dining & Etiquette Guidelines at Your Fingertips By Sylvia McLaren-Tishler
Paperback: $9.95
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Have an important event coming up? Make sure to make a good impression! Not since your mother has anyone told you to mind your manners. You may lose a job opportunity, a sale or a perspective mate... More > because of your manners, the way you dress or how you speak. The sad truth is no one will tell you. It is up to you to know and to practice good manners. This little book will provide you with guidance in the following areas: • First Impressions • Cocktail Party Dos and Don'ts • Formal Dinners • What and When to Tip • Netiquette • Hosting and Toasting • Navigating Cutlery... and lots more!< Less
Pocket Manners For Men: Dining & Etiquette Guidelines at Your Fingertips By Sylvia McLaren-Tishler
eBook (PDF): $9.95
Have an important event coming up? Make sure to make a good impression! Not since your mother has anyone told you to mind your manners. You may lose a job opportunity, a sale or a perspective mate... More > because of your manners, the way you dress or how you speak. The sad truth is no one will tell you. It is up to you to know and to practice good manners. This little book will provide you with guidance in the following areas: • First Impressions • Cocktail Party Dos and Don'ts • Formal Dinners • What and When to Tip • Netiquette • Hosting and Toasting • Navigating Cutlery... and lots more!< Less
Pocket Manners For Men: Dining & Etiquette Guidelines at Your Fingertips By Sylvia McLaren-Tishler
Paperback: $9.95
Prints in 3-5 business days
Have an important event coming up? Make sure to make a good impression! Not since your mother has anyone told you to mind your manners. You may lose a job opportunity, a sale or a perspective mate... More > because of your manners, the way you dress or how you speak. The sad truth is no one will tell you. It is up to you to know and to practice good manners. This little book will provide you with guidance in the following areas: • First Impressions • Cocktail Party Dos and Don'ts • Formal Dinners • What and When to Tip • Netiquette • Hosting and Toasting • Navigating Cutlery... and lots more!< Less
Feasts and All Their Finery: Elegant Dining in Old Regime France By Jim Chevallier & Pierre Jean-Baptiste Le Grand d'Aussy
eBook (ePub): $3.99
Feasts, table decorations, customs and entertainments... Le Grand d'Aussy ends his three-volume history of French food with these exuberant chapters , bristling with colorful details, about how fine... More > dining in France grew more formal and more ambitious, remaining extravagant (by today's standards) even after the sometimes stunning, sometimes laughable excesses of the Middle Ages were reigned in and more sophisticated service and entertainment replaced a host of mechanical devices, pantomimes, and outright exotica. Le Grand draws on a classic cookbook and several forgotten memoirs to bring a wealth of details on menus, table decoration, royal households, customs, and entertainments to those who study the Middle Ages, food history, decoration or simply France in all its infinite variety. For the first time, this rich and unique text is available in English.< Less
Outclass the Competition Men's Table Manners Dining Etiquette 301 University Business Etiquette Dinner & Beyond Know What Others Know Texas Eating Club University Etiquette - By Harold Almon
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Business Dining Etiquette 301 provides an excellent opportunity to learn (or brush up on) business table manners: rules of etiquette used for business dining: pre-steps, dining stations and lines,... More > presents, name badge placement, handling cocktail foods, mock-tail introductions, handshaking, getting cards, standard USA menu and the order of courses, napkin rules, advanced-formal place setting, flatware rule of three & ten, napkin rules, cutting meat Continental style, eating is course, eating chicken bone-in, eating salad with the third fork, saying thank you part I and part II, and other things to ponder. This is written because there comes a time to transcend coffee shop habits and dining hallways. Business Dining is a ritual at which more than eating is done. Your business dinner etiquette: the way you drink and eat reflects on you and your company. Look polished eating the other order of courses. Learn the Steps and Practice. Get etiquette. Outclass the competition.< Less
Outclass the Competition Men's Table Manners Dining Etiquette 301 University Business Etiquette Dinner and Beyond Know What Others Know Texas Eating Club University Etiquette By Harold Almon
eBook (PDF): $12.95
Outclass the Competition Men's Table Manners Dining Etiquette 301 provides an excellent opportunity to learn (or brush up on) men’s table manners: rules of etiquette used for eating: pre-steps,... More > dining stations and lines, presents, name badge placement, handling cocktail foods, mock-tail introductions, notes on handshaking, getting business cards, standard USA menu and order of courses, napkin rules, advanced-formal place setting, flatware rule of three & ten, cutting meat Continental style, eating steak and chicken bone-in with a dinner fork and knife, eating salad with the third fork, saying thank you part I acknowledgment and part II a note by hand, and there are other things to ponder Dining is a ritual at which more than eating is done. Know what others know. Avoid the look. Know what others know. Get etiquette. Outclass the competition. On the way to the top, there are stations and lines at which to stop.< Less

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