A salad fork normally has notched tines to help cut the vegetables in a salad. The tines are especially helpful in providing leverage when cutting through the thick veins in lettuce leaves.Continue Reading
Used in both formal and informal dining, a salad fork often has tines that are flatter and wider than a typical dinner fork. A salad fork, about 6 inches long, is normally smaller than a regular fork.
Some restaurants set two dinner forks with the silverware service, instead of providing a special salad fork. Other restaurants may choose to set the table with only one fork, if a salad course is not served as a normal part of the meal.Learn more about Tableware
The Oneida Tudor Plate Queen Bess set contains 9-1/2 inch hollow handled knives with stainless blades, 7-1/2 inch dinner forks, 6-1/2 inch salad or dessert forks, 7-1/2 inch place or oval soup spoons and 6-inch teaspoons. The pattern includes a total of 20 pieces and is designed to service four.Full Answer >
In formal and informal table settings, forks always go on the left-hand side of a plate. If a setting requires multiple forks, the fork used first goes on the farthest left side, with the rest arranged in order of use.Full Answer >
Place settings vary based on the courses served throughout the meal, but at the very least should include a dinner plate with forks staged to the left and spoon and knives on the right. Stemware and drinking glasses belong above the plate and to the right. Generally, unneeded dinnerware should be excluded from the setting.Full Answer >
To reheat lasagna, preheat an oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit, use fork tines to pierce the top of the lasagna all over, pour 2 tablespoons milk across the top, wrap the pan in foil, and bake for 20 minutes. Check to see that the cheese is bubbly and golden.Full Answer >