Australian Women’s Weekly NZ - - JO SEAGAR -

Cut­lery should not be held like a pen­cil, or gripped in a fist. Don't clunk cut­lery against your teeth. Your fork is not a fork­lift – spike, don’t shovel. Food should be eaten off the side of the spoon; it shouldn’t be used at right an­gles to your mouth. Pace your eat­ing with that of the host. Not too fast, not too slow.

Warm artichoke, kale and rocket cheesy dip

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