Table Manners

Most people have been taught table manners as children, but surprisingly often such tenets have been forgotten, or are conveniently overlooked, in adulthood. It is not advisable to keep certain manners for ‘best’ and, even when eating informally or alone, good table manners should still apply. Constant practice will make manners easier to remember so that they come naturally when it really matters.

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Debrett's Handbook

Debrett's Handbook

Debrett's Handbook

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Debrett's new publication encompassing correct form, modern manners and everyday behaviour

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