Communicate with Cutlery

There has been a lot of press lately about how to communicate with your cutlery to the kitchen and serving staff at a restaurant. Supposedly the idea is that various ways of leaving the flatware on your plate will tell them how you liked your meal or whether or not you are done.

In all honesty, I’m not too sure about any of this. Leaving your fork and knife in special configurations isn’t exactly the most effective way of communicating. How about you speak to the server, like a normal person?

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