Napkin Folding Blog
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The historic parade feature over 20 bands, including a Mummer’s String Band from Philadelphia, bands from Canada. Plus, numerous floats and marching units. It also feature giant helium-filled cartoon and patriotic balloons, which haven’t been seen in Erie in nearly 18 years!
The parade is about a one and half a mile long and thanks for the good weather. The officials estimate a crowd of more than 100,000 came out to watch the parade. Go Erie!
What is one thing that all of the top-notch dinner places have in common? Creative napkin displays. Let’s take a peek at some of their art. Now, you can bring the style of a 5-star restaurant to the comfort of your own home. I will show you how with step-by-step instructions. After you master these folds, you can share them with all of your friends and family. See how their eyes light up as they view their well-designed plate set up. Here’s the top ten restaurant favorites napkin folding-
1 Napkin Folding In Style Buffet
2 Napkin Folding The Buffet Wrap
3 Napkin Folding In House Fold
4 Napkin Folding Bird of Paradise
5 Napkin Folding Three Stripe Fold
6 Napkin Folding Splendid Fan
7 Napkin Folding Orient Express
8 Napkin Folding French Lily
9 Napkin Folding Flower in Bloom
10 Napkin Folding Crown Royal
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Thursday night dinner. Pan seared scallops with homemade tartar sauce, steamed asparagus, pasta with cherry tomatoes and garlic bread.
I love to plate food. I can really get fancy when I have the time. To me, presentation is always a key factor in great food service. One of the basics of plating food is to have your main entree at 6′ o’clock. Your starch should be at 12 o’clock, and two vegetables are set in between or as the picture shown below.
Have you been to a restaurant where, when you order your steak with mashed potatoes, the chef decides to put the steak on top of the mashed potatoes?
I think it just ruins my meat. I always prefer having them separate. Basically, all of the food should be separate unless it is a one dish entree, such as pasta. However, I know that chefs will argue that the reason they plate the food on top of each other is because they are meant to be eaten together.
Today, I gave this dish a try, and to my amazement… this meal worked for me. It does taste good to eat fish and mashed peas together. Now, will I change the way I plate my food? No, I still prefer to plate them separately and will decide later if I want to eat them together. Which way do you prefer? I’d love to hear from you.