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An authoritative and witty guide to modern table manners for all occasions by one of the world’s most acclaimed chefs and restaurateurs
When can you photograph your food?
What do you do when you’re running late?
What can you eat with your hands?
Are you the guest who runs late and texts real-time updates? The diner with allergies or the host trying to accommodate them? The social media addict who can’t put your phone down at the restaurant? Whether your manners are a disaster or you simply need some fine-tuning, here is an authoritative and witty guide to table manners for everyone and every occasion.
Jeremiah Tower is the forefather of California cuisine and the author of the James Beard Award–winning cookbook Jeremiah Tower's New American Classics. The Beard Foundation has named him Outstanding Chef in America and Regional Best Chef California. He began his culinary career in 1972 as the co-owner and executive chef of Chez Panisse, and has opened numerous highly acclaimed restaurants in San Francisco and around the world. CNN recently made a documentary on his career, to debut in the spring of 2016.
Libby VanderPloeg lives in Brooklyn, NY. Her work comes out of her deep affinity for storytelling, music, letterforms, printed ephemera, and wildlife. None of these works could have been made without the world's finest brioche and several good, strong cups of coffee.
1: Setting the Table
2: What to Wear
3: How to Serve
4: How to Eat
6: Your Party
7: Not Your Party
9: Eating on the Go
11: Pretentious or Not?
12: Eating Around the World