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Hosting, Dining & Wining EtiquettesDate : 31st Aug 10 Location: FMS, New Delhi

Presented ByAJAY KUMAR N01 DHEERAJ KUMAR N18 GAURAV JAIN N24 GOVIND KUMAR N26 PARIDHI N98 RAJNEESH GOYAL N53 RAVINDRA SUDEHELY N99 SANJAY N66 SUBHRAJIT DAS N71

Objective

To help & enhance the executive presence and perception as a well learnt & sophisticated individual in common business & social situations of hosting, dining & wining.

Topics

Hosting Etiquettes Dining Etiquettes Wining Etiquettes

Etiquette What is Etiquette ?Etiquette relates to a code of behaviour among people within an organisation, group or society

What is Etiquette? RESPECT GOOD MANNERS GOOD BEHAVIOUR HOW TO CONDUCT YOURSELF 80% COMMON SENSE 20% KINDNESS SOCIAL-CHIVALRY MILITARY-RANK BASED

Etiquette

Etiquette

EtiquettesBut have you ever wondered how it all began? Who made these rules?? Are they really that important???

Etiquette

Etiquettes

There are various aspects to Social Etiquette. We will focus on HOSTING, DINING & WINING ETIQUETTE

Hosting Etiquettes

Hosting EtiquettesThe 1 Why & 3 Hows Why a Party How do we invite How do we welcome and introduce guests How to set the table using Silverware

Hosting Etiquettes

Planning

The Theme Appropriate Venue Guest List Budget

Hosting Etiquettes

The Invitation For special events, such as weddings and when guests must travel, do extend invitations well in advance. Extend invitations to formal events at least 30 days in advance. For informal get-togethers less notice is acceptable, about two to three weeks should suffice. The invitation should reflect the style of the event. Special and formal events traditionally require written invitations sent via regular mail.

Hosting Etiquettes

Invitation Contents All invitations should contain: Who : The hosts of the party Why : Purpose of party Where : Location and Attire When : Time, Date & Day Response: How and by what date to respond and to whom. Use proper honorific when sending invitations and addressing the envelope such as Mr., Ms., Mrs., and Dr. For doctors.

Hosting Etiquettes

Arrival Arrive 10-15 minutes early. Wait for host/guest in the lobby. Make sure you are standing when they arrive and reach out to shake their hand.

Hosting Etiquettes

Introductions The Handshake Make sure you make eye contact. Firm but painless. When introducing yourself, give someone personal identification such as your name and title.

Hosting Etiquettes

Meet and Greet First impressions are lasting, and it is sometimes the only opportunity you may have. Therefore, a powerful and lasting introduction can give you the edge when meeting new people for the first time.

Dining Etiquettes

Dinner Table (Typical)

Wining EtiquettesBread & Butter plate Butter spread Water glass

Champagne glass Red Wine White glass Wine glass

Desert Desert fork spoon ART OF TABLE SETTING . THE

Salad fork Dinner fork Main Plate Dinner knife Dinner spoon Soup Spoon

Why Dining Etiquette? A lunch interview or meeting is not a meeting with food. It is a true test of your social skills and your level of sophistication. Your host wants to see how you handle yourself in a social setting. Its polite to have proper dining skills when representing yourself or your company.

Dining Etiquettes Table Manners Navigating the Place and Table Setting Napkins, Glassware and Silverware Cross Cultural Dining Etiquette American and European Styles of Eating Dining Tips

Dining Etiquettes

Table Manners

Maintaining Good Posture Sit close to the table Sit up real straight Proper Arm Placement Only forearm on the table Never put elbows on the table Don't bend down to eat / bite the food or sandwich8

Dining Etiquettes

Once Seated The Napkin Wait for the host to make the first move. When you leave the table, rest the napkin on your chair. When finished with your meal, do not refold the napkin; lay it to the left or right of your plate.

Dining Etiquettes

Ordering Order the same number of courses as your host. (i.e. salad, main course, beverage) If unsure of price range ask the host what they recommend. Do not study the menu. Avoid the wild food.

Dining Etiquettes

Cutlery

Dining Etiquettes

Cutlery

Dining Etiquettes

Eating-Bread The person closest takes the basket and offers it to the left, help yourself then pass to the right Eat rolls or bread by tearing off small bite size pieces and buttering only the piece you are preparing to eat When ready for another piece, repeat the same process

Dining Etiquettes

EatingStep One When cutting a piece of food, place your fork in your left hand with the handle hidden in the palm of your hand and the fork tines down. Place the knife in your right hand with the handle hidden and the serrated edge facing the plate.

Dining Etiquettes

EatingStep Two After cutting the piece of food, lay your knife across the top of your plate with the serrated edge facing you. Transfer the fork from your left hand to your right with the fork handle now showing between your index finger and thumb and the tines facing up. Step Three After chewing and swallowing the food, repeat the first two steps.

Dining Etiquettes

EatingStep Four When you choose to lay your utensils down to rest or to listen more intently to the people with whom you are dining, the rest position is to place your knife across the top of the plate with the serrated edge towards you. Place your fork, tines up, with its handle resting on the lower right side of the plate

Dining Etiquettes

EatingStep Five When you are finished, place your fork across the center of the plate with the handle to the right and the fork tines down. Bring your knife from across the top of the plate and place it next to the fork with the blade still facing you. Remember: Keep with the pace of others!

Dining Etiquettes

Meal Time BasicsPurses, Briefcases Keep all items off of the table. This includes keys, eyeglasses, pens, basically anything that is not part of the meal.

Necktie Do not flip or tuck your tie! Appearance No elbows in the table and sit up straight.

Dining Etiquettes

Meal Time BasicsNapkins Dont blot or rub dab. Dont wave it around or flap gently unfold and leave it on your lap. When you leave the table remember to lay it on your chair and when finished, loosely lay it to the left of your plate.

Dining Etiquettes

Meal Time BasicsBegin EatingWait until everyone has been served Do not reach across the table Pass dishes to your left, clockwise Avoid Mixing Food on your plate

Dining Etiquettes

Meal Time BasicsSoup Scoop with the spoon tilted away from you. Dont slurp, drink or dribble. Dont blow on it if it is hot (wait) and dont crumble crackers in it. When done, leave the spoon in the soup plate or rest it on the saucer if it is a soup cup.

Dining Etiquettes

Meal Time BasicsBread Tear roll or slice in to bite size pieces and butter each one just before eating it. Do not butter the whole slice at the beginning. Speed Watch your pace. Have the same number of courses as your host/guests. When your host is done you are done.

Dining Etiquettes

Meal Time BasicsCutlery Once a piece of cutlery is picked up off the table it should never touch it again. Dont wave your knife in the air to make a point, and dont put silverware partly on the table and partly on your plate.

Dining Etiquettes

Meal Time BasicsSalt and pepper shakers They are married, pass them together. Dont divorce the salt and pepper. Passing Offer to the left then go to the right. Seasoning Only after you taste the food first. Cutting your food Only enough for one mouthful.

Dining Etiquettes

Meal Time BasicsChewing Never chew with your mouth open. Never. Even if you feel you must add your words at the perfect moment, wait until you have swallowed. Thank your waiter or waitress. Picking If you have something trapped in your teeth, dont pick! If you must, excuse yourself and pick in the restroom.

Dining Etiquettes

Remember Never call attention to the dining mistakes of yourself or others! Perception is reality, so your image is very important. It will follow you wherever you go. Therefore, it is important that you strive to project a positive image one that you will be proud of at all times.

Wining Etiquette

Wining Etiquettes

Social aspects of Drinking"Where alcohol is known, patterns for its use and for abstention are prescribed, usually in fine detail. There have been very few, if any, societies whose people knew the use of alcohol and yet paid little attention to it. Alcohol may be tabooed; it is not ignored",

Wining Etiquettes

Social aspects of Drinking

Gender Age Time of DayQuantity

Occasion

Wining Etiquettes

Variety of DrinksWhisky Brandy Gin Rum Beer Wines Liqueurs Cocktails Soft Drinks Mocktails

Wining Etiquettes

How to select WinesRed wine goes with red meat White wine compliments white meat Madeira or Champagne are served with desert White wine may be taken with fish, chicken if bird is not cooked in red wine

Wining Etiquettes

How to open Wine BottleRemove the Cage From the Bottle Cover the Cork With a Towel Ease the Cork Out of the Bottle

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Testing of wine

Swirl the Red wine around in the glass ,lift it below nose and sniff it Spoiled wine smells like vine