Etiquette Scholar in the News...

As an Etiquette Reference by Universities:

Referred to by universities in career placement offices and other departments to provide etiquette advice to students:

Princeton University Etiquette Scholar Reference

Etiquette Scholar's site is referred to by Princeton University's International Center as a dining etiquette reference for foreign students.

Cornell Unversity Etiquette Scholar Reference

Etiquette Scholar's site is referred to by Cornell University's Center for International Studies as a reference for international dining etiquette, specifically dining etiquette in India and other central and southeastern asian countries.

Etiquette Scholar's site is referred to by Virginia Tech's Career Placement Office as a dining etiquette reference for college students to aid in their job search.

As an Etiquette Reference in the National Press:

Etiquette Scholar used by the LA Times as an etiquette reference.

Midwest Book Review's Review of Etiquette Scholar's Dining Etiquette.

resting knife and fork etiquette

Our resting utensils etiquette section covers the rules (american and continental) for resting your utensils when taking a break from eating, when you are finished eating, and when you are passing food [...]

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knife and fork  etiquette

Correctly holding your fork, knife, and spoon is one of the most important dining etiquette fundamentals. Read more in our table manners section to learn this dining etiquette skill! [...]

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