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” He quietly, but firmly responded with, “Keep your hands the table! I lifted my hands from their place in my lap to rest gently on the table.
Critics, however, say the camp experience whitewashes history and misinforms the next generation.
Is the camp a self-esteem building, living history experience or does it ultimately reinforce divisions between race, gender, and geography in the present?
The rules are different, and in order to thrive in our new country, we must adapt to this new way of doing things. Once the lady of the house places her napkin in her lap, other guests should follow suit. Bread is placed directly on the tablecloth, unless it is a formal meal in which bread plates are used.
But first, we must learn what exactly these rules are. Don't worry about the crumbs, though if you're having a croissant at breakfast in a cafe you'll probably be served that on a plate. You should wait for the host to lead the way, whether an aperitif or dinner course.