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Thank you for all your posts on FOHBOH! You have very good questions and some too numerous to try and address in one writing. I would suggest two books: Service At Its Best (mine) and Service That Sells (Jim Sullivan). Between these you will find much useful information to the skills and techniques of tableside service. Thre are some significant differences between the three meal periods but the basic rituals of tableside ritual are very similar.
I'll mulll over some of your questions to see if I can link you to some answerss online.
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