It takes a sophisticated diner indeed to master “dining au deux.”
This dining style is potentially full of awkward negotiations.
For example, you must work out which of the two diners will dine first, how long each diner will dine, whether you will break up the dining time into shorter or longer turns, and – most critical – who will get to take home the tasty leftovers.
So if you have strong personal opinions on any (all) of these options, it is good to select the most amiable dining partner possible to make negotiations easier.
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts
p.s. FREEBIE ALERT! Read the introduction & 3 full chapters from Pearl’s new book – absolutely FREE! ==> Click here to start reading now <==