Throw a party like a pro! You invited your peers to dinner. You want it to be nice, friendly and enjoyable, but unsure how to pull off a dinner party? Now what?… Read More >
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At last, a dining book for everyone ~ from the apartment dweller to the villa owner. Which Fork Do I Use? is a thorough and comprehensive guide to entertaining. There is no need to panic about throwing great parties, from a simple breakfast to an all-out multi-course extravaganza. Rosemarie and Linda guide you through the preparation and execution for success.
Whether you are the host or guest, the art of entertaining is an intricate part of our social fiber. Traditions and protocol are what make an event impressive. The details and illustrations are easy to follow, with helpful tips and suggestions. After reading this book, you will gain newfound confidence the next time you are entertaining family, friends, or your boss.
Break out those lovely old dishes and silverware and show everyone how it’s done with a smile!”
~ Seamus Mulhall has worked two decades in fine dining establishments in San Francisco. Exxon-Mobil travel guide awarded him “best of the best in service and excellence” in recognition of his work as a Captain at Gary Danko. He has coordinated the service and protocol for waiting on presidents, celebrities, and lovely folks like you and me.