Dining Etiquette collection

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This collection of 11 videos will help your polish your table manners for social and business events. Learn how to navigate British and American place settings, where to set your napkin, how to make and receive toasts, pass the port, and much more.

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Dining Etiquette collection

This collection of 11 videos will help your polish your table manners for social and business events. Learn how to navigate British and American place settings, where to set your napkin, how to make and receive toasts, pass the port, and much more.

13 Videos

  • Holding cutlery and flatware

    2m 54s · Streamable only

  • Navigating the British place setting

    3m 37s · Streamable only

  • Navigating the American place setting

    3m 27s · Streamable only

  • Toasts and speeches

    4m 0s · Streamable only

  • Unfamiliar cuisine

    4m 12s · Streamable only

  • Napkins

    3m 2s · Streamable only

  • Eating peas politely

    1m 30s · Streamable only

  • Eating soup

    2m 9s · Streamable only

  • Drinking politely and holding a wine glass

    2m 5s · Streamable only

  • Port

    1m 55s · Streamable only

  • Centrepieces

    2m 53s · Streamable only

  • Holding a teacup and stirring tea

    1m 4s · Streamable only

  • Thank you for watching

    34s · Streamable only

You'll receive the following videos

  1. Holding cutlery and flatware

    2m 54s · Streamable only

    Emma Dupont from The English Manner explains how to hold and properly use cutlery/flatware. She discusses holding a dinner knife and fork, just a fork, fish cutlery and a soup spoon.

  2. Navigating the British place setting

    3m 37s · Streamable only

    Emma Dupont from The English Manner explains the layout and positioning of cutlery, china and glassware for the traditional British place setting.

  3. Navigating the American place setting

    3m 27s · Streamable only

    Myka Meier from Beaumont Etiquette explains the layout and positioning of flatware, china and glassware for the American formal and informal place settings.

  4. Toasts and speeches

    4m 0s · Streamable only

    William Hanson from The English Manner shows how to propose and receive a toast correctly, as well as some pointers on the etiquette of speeches.

  5. Unfamiliar cuisine

    4m 12s · Streamable only

    Myka Meier from Beaumont Etiquette explains how to deal with food that you can't eat for dietary, religious or ethical reasons, as well as what to do when the food is simply uneatable.

  6. Napkins

    3m 2s · Streamable only

    William Hanson from The English Manner discusses the positioning of napkins before, during and after a meal as well as the varying sizes of napkins.

  7. Eating peas politely

    1m 30s · Streamable only

    William Hanson from The English Manner demonstrates how to eat peas.

  8. Eating soup

    2m 9s · Streamable only

    William Hanson from The English Manner shows how to ‘eat’ soup without slurping or dripping at the dinner table.

  9. Drinking politely and holding a wine glass

    2m 5s · Streamable only

    William Hanson from The English Manner explains how to hold glassware and drink with elegance.

  10. Port

    1m 55s · Streamable only

    William Hanson from The English Manner talks about the very British etiquette that surrounds the passing of port at the end of a formal meal.

  11. Centrepieces

    2m 53s · Streamable only

    Diana Mather from The English Manner discuss centrepieces for dining tables. When should you use candles? And when should you not? Flowers are a good option but there are many things to consider.

  12. Holding a teacup and stirring tea

    1m 4s · Streamable only

    Diana Mather from The English Manner demonstrates how to hold a teacup and stir your tea elegantly.

  13. Thank you for watching

    34s · Streamable only

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