Food you wouldn't eat with a fork?
In most Europeon countries they eat with the fork in the left hand and push their food onto the fork eating with the fork pointing down and in very small amounts. More the French way which is why most French people eat 12 course meals but eating in very small amounts it's not unusual for people in France to eat like this on a regular basis and stay thin.
When eating with a knife and fork is it correct to only put a single type of food on your fork or should you mix up foods ie like potato and carrot at the same time?
* The proper etiquette for eating with a knife and fork is the knife is for cutting and the fork for picking up small amounts of foods and the person eating should eat one section of food at a time and not mix all foods onto their fork. Some people will eat meat first; then potatoes; then vegetables while others may do it the complete opposite. It does not really matter in what rotation you…
The proper use of a knife and fork can vary from country to country. In the US, we generally hold our forks in our dominant hand, usually the right hand. We then switch to cut food, using the knife in the right hand , and holding the food down with the fork in the left hand. We can use our knives to push food on to our forks but we do not eat directly off…