Whether you just need to remember if the fork is on the left or the right of the plate, or you’d like to know how to set a table worthy of dinner at Downton Abbey, we have a table setting guide for you.
Its apple-sage and squash-allspice flavor combinations may well have thoughts of Thanksgiving dancing in your head. Full-flavored and silky—but without cream—it’s elegant enough to be served as the first course of a dinner party, but hearty enough for a soup-and-salad supper on a busy weekday night.
Sometimes it’s easy to write off a heartfelt thank-you note. Other times, writer’s block can set in—especially when you are staring down a large stack of them. Before you start, remember that thanking people needs to be about just that: expressing thanks.
As our world becomes increasingly digitalized and mobile, people seek faster, even immediate, forms of communication. The times have certainly changed and now it is easier than ever to get in touch; all it takes is a quick email or text message.
Black tie, white tie; formal, semi-formal. Festive! Casual! Hitting the right note with attire can be confusing. Here are the details of how to dress appropriately for any occasion.
The holiday season is traditionally the time Americans choose to thank those who provide them with year-round services with a gift and/or a tip. It’s important to remember that holiday tipping is truly about saying thank you.
The Holidays: the joy, the snow, the rush…the frustration, the bad tempers, the rudeness! Here are ten tips to keep your cool this holiday season, and even spread some cheer along the way.
Whether you just need to remember if the fork is on the left or the right of the plate, or you'd like to know how to set a table worthy of dinner at Downton Abbey, we have a table setting guide for you.
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Today’s world is complicated. Emily Post’s Etiquette, 18th edition, will provide you with everything you need to know from past traditions to modern updates so you can approach your life with grace and ease.