Asked in Chopsticks
What do Japanese people eat chopsticks with?
Japanese people do NOT eat chopsticks. They eat with chopsticks. As western people eat their food with a knife, fork and spoon, many Asian cultures use chopsticks in place of the western cutlery. This requires the food to be prepared in 'byte' sized portions by the kitchen. ...
Asked in Indonesia, Chopsticks
Do Indonesians use chopsticks?
Indonesians do not use chopsticks (unless they are in a Chinese restaurant). They traditionally use a spoon and a fork in most of Indonesia, one in each hand, though in some parts of the nation it is traditional to use one's hands. ...
Asked in Silverware
What are the different kinds of silverware?
honestly this is not a simple question. For a table setting the following flatware may be used. Spoons. - salt spoon - relish spoon - condiment spoon - sugar measure - iced tea spoon - tea spoon - demitasse spoon - soup spoon - dinner spoon - dessert spoon - fruit spoon - serving spoon - salad spoon or tongs - soup ladle - gravy ladle - sauce ladle - spaghetti server - #10 scoop - ice cream scoop forks - appetizer fork - pickle/olive fork - fondu fork - salad fork - fish fork - dinner fork - meat fork - dessert fork - serving...
Asked in Forks
Where does dessert fork go at a formal dinner party?
A dessert fork or spoon should be laid horizontally above the dinner place. If both a dessert spoon and dessert fork are present, the fork should be closer to the plate. The fork should have its tines to the right, and the spoon should have its bowl to the left. It is also acceptable for the dessert fork or spoon to be brought in with the dessert. ...