The Theory and Practice of Lunch

The Theory and Practice of Lunch
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Publisher : Michael Joseph
Total Pages : 136
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ISBN-10 : STANFORD:36105011851701
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Book Synopsis The Theory and Practice of Lunch by : Keith Waterhouse

Download or read book The Theory and Practice of Lunch written by Keith Waterhouse and published by Michael Joseph. This book was released on 1986 with total page 136 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: What this book is not -- Short history of lunch -- What lunch is not -- What lunch is -- Why lunch is not dinner -- Useful phrases -- Ambience -- Clutter -- Out places -- Duties of the lunch companion -- Table-hopping -- The menu -- The eating part -- Lemons -- A glass of water -- A nice salad -- Only if you will -- The drinking part -- Bad companions -- The bill -- The tip -- Indigestifs -- Eating on t' street -- Brasseries -- Ever on Sunday -- Brunch -- Home cooking -- Luncheon for one please, James -- Playing away -- Getting it regular -- Dress -- Care and training of waiters -- Cloth ears -- Ugly customers -- Smokeism -- Why are we waiting? -- Troublemaking -- The deserving rich -- The deserving poor -- Fifty uses of lunch -- The good mood guide.

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