"Buffetiquette” (buffet + etiquette) is an infrequently used term for the social rules of a buffet. “Buffeiquette” has been cited in print since at least 2000.
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How to make your man a Gentleman
My name is Jason Tesauro. Phineas Mollod and I have written a book which will be published in 2001. Modern Gentleman is a witty and intelligent guide devoted to honing a man’s gentlemanly spirit.
MG covers classical etiquette subjects such as *Hosting,* *Correspondence* and *Gifting,* with a current and clever take on the usual dry and concise Amy Vanderbilt fare. The volume is primarily devoted to exploring contemporary and compelling
questions previously unvisited, such as *Buffetiquette,* *Flaskmanship* and *Trunk Packing.* Serious topics like *Monogamy & Infidelity* and *Apologies* are addressed side-by-side with whimsical toilings concerning *Fireworks,* *Flirtation* and *Fondue.*
some people just don’t know the rules of buffetiquette.
6:33 PM - 11 Jun 2010
The Modern Gentleman, 2nd Edition:
A Guide to Essential Manners, Savvy, and Vice
By Phineas Mollod and Jason Tesauro
New York, NY: Crown Publishing Group
Reconnoiter the smorgasbord before ever ladling a dollop of countrystyle anything onto your dish.
The Art of Buffet
June 18, 2011 ·
Hello everyone and thank you for liking “The Art of Buffet”! It is a blog I decided to start to satisfy my creative writing need along with my love for buffets. Buffetiquette, Buffet styles, Buffet strategies, how to avoid Buffet offenders (Buffepticons) and much more! My goal is eventually to publish a buffet field guide, but for now I hope you enjoy my musings! Check it out at http://www.strategicbuffet.blogspot.com
A “friendly” reminder for your local Asian buffet. DON’T overstay your welcome. That’s bad #buffetiquette.
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1:05 PM - 14 May 2014
Las Vegas (NV) Weekly
LESSONS IN BUFFETIQUETTE: HOW TO INDULGE WITH GRACE AND GAME
MANNERS DON’T MATTER BUT STRATEGY IS KEY WHEN YOU’RE EATING ALL YOU CAN
Kristy TottenThu, Dec 17, 2015 (midnight)
1. Seafood first
2. Go big on high-ticket items
3. Limit carbs and salad
4. Small portions are key
5. Dessert, part 1
6. Bonus round!
7. Dessert, part 2
8. Bonus 2!
New York City • Restaurants/Bars/Bakeries/Food Stores • Thursday, December 17, 2015 • Permalink