What is the difference between a Spanish and an American menu?
Most restaurants in Spain offer a "Menu of the Day" (usually for lunch but sometimes for supper too) and that has a set price that varies from one place to the next of course. Such menus consist of at least2 different courses(sometimes 3)and, most important, your dessert and your drink are included in the price. Here's a sample I'm making up for you: 1st course: Soup of the Day or Salad or Tomato Juice 2nd Course: Paella or Fishand Chips or Spaghetti Bolognaise Style (with meat) Dessert: Choice of Ice-cream , Slice of cake or Fresh fruit. Drinks: Choice of Wine, Beer, a Pop or a Bottle of Mineral Water. Average price: US $12-14 taxes (6%)generallyincluded, tip always optional Please note that at the Ritz or the Hilton it costs a few bucks more... but there must be a reason. I don't know, have never been there. Well, yes, at their bars. ;-) Hope this helps!
Accented characters can be typed by using the Option and E keys combination followed by the required vowel (See links below). If Spanish is to be used regularly the settings can be changed in System Preferences: Open Language & Text. Under the Language tab select Español and drag it to the top of the list. Under the Input Sources tick the Spanish box and also tick the Show Input menu in menu bar option at…
the difference between a five course and 3 course menu is that a 3 course menu serve you three different dishes of food whilst a five course serves ou 5 different dishes of food.When you have multiple courses you will have multiple cutlerey such as 3 knifes for three dishes if you do then work your way out inwards so the furthest knife and fork away from the plate are for dish one.
What is the difference between pinned items on the start menu and Frequently Used Items on the Start Menu?
A toolbar normally has icons on it and is designed for using with the mouse. A menu will have text on it, sometimes showing the icons too, and can be activated with the mouse or the keyboard. Toolbars tend to group related options together, so you have specialised toolbars moreso than specialised menus.
A Quick Link is a function which allows you to add a frequently visited link or page to your favorite menu. It then allows you to directly land at the page by selecting from dropdown menu. On other hand, a hyperlink is usually embedded in the text and you land on it in order to find more information regarding a subject.
Most traditional Spanish restaurants will have tapas on the menu, as they are a traditional part of Spanish cuisine. Tapas aren't exclusive to Spanish restaurants, however. They are becoming a trendy menu item in many restaurants. Some popular tapas restaurants include: Lizarran (New York), Jaleo (D.C., Vegas), Barcelona Wine Bar (Connecticut, Atlanta) Ceviche (multiple locations in Florida).
the difference is a plan for a menu is a planr for a whole menu and one you just plan for a meal Or planning a meal tends to be one dish, maybe two. When I plan a menu, it is usually for other people to come over for dinner. I take into account the time of year, cold or hot, if I have a theme I want to stick to, BBQ or Christmas, that…