Which Fork Do I Use? won the 2015 Silver IPPY AWARD, Home and Garden category
I didn’t realize how much I needed to learn about dining, entertaining and being a good guest until I read Which Fork Do I Use? This fantastic book is a great resource for party givers and professionals alike. I now have a valuable gift for each of my friends and colleagues – a copy of this book!”
~ Lisa Pinguelo, Marketing and Sales Director
I received your book a couple of days ago and I love it! The spiral binding so it will lie flat, the heavier paper and beautiful layout, the simplicity and yet, complexity of it and so much more. Even in my rustic life, it is handy and useful – and it doesn’t contain a smidgen of snootiness! The personal comments from you and Rosemarie, the right way and the wrong way to do things, the illustrations, the whole layout of the book – perfect! I will definitely be buying it for gifts. Your book is a winner!”
~ Kris McCullough
Rosemarie and Linda, I thank you for writing Which Fork Do I Use?
I am so impressed with the graphics and simple easy format. It is designed to allow direct access to the information you are seeking without reading an entire book… a very usable resource.
Congratulations! Well done!
~ Judy Maderious
This book is a must-read for everyone who entertains for business. Which Fork Do I Use? reduces the stress of hosting a dinner party or event for business in your home. This book is very helpful if you are a guest at a business party, dinner, or event. If you travel internationally it provides information that will give you confidence in social activities whether business or personal.”
~ Don Kingsborough, Former VP Global Retail and Strategic Development, PayPal
5 Dining Etiquette Rules
…not only did i get my mind blown with all of the amazing information there is to attending fancy meals but also how to host formal and fun meals!
after 4.5 years in the making, linda reed and her business partner rosemarie burns have put together an incredibly informative yet simple dining etiquette book, “which fork do i use?” and i’m nerding out over it.
~ Chelsea, TheNewWifeStyle.com… read the article >
I was taught to spoon my soup away from myself, but I refused to do it. How silly, how pretentious, how utterly without logic! After reading this book, I learned there are reasons for doing just that, so now I always spoon my soup away from myself. ”
I was always intimidated when attending a fancy dinner party. I’d just wait for the others to dig in before I made a move. After reading Which Fork Do I Use?, I’m no longer nervous and know just what to do.”
Dinner etiquette made simple
Fine dining at home may seem like a dying tradition in modern times. But a new book, “Which Fork Do I Use?: Confident and Comfortable Dining” boldly calls for a return of casual etiquette and teaches readers how to set up the most elaborate dinner parties and how to not mix up their flatware….”
~ Dashiell Paulson, The Register-Guard …read the article >
During a business trip to Europe, I attended a six-course meal that had more silverware, glasses and plates on the table than I’d ever seen. Fortunately, I read Linda and Rosemarie’s book and had the confidence and self-assurance I needed to handle myself well in what would have otherwise been a stressful situation. Thank you!”
~ Sandy Molinari, Industrial Nut Broker