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Old 08-03-06, 06:27 PM   #1
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The big question

In what order do you have your knives, forks and spoons?
Is it just in New Zealand or do most people have it going (from the left) Knives, forks spoons?
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Old 08-03-06, 06:28 PM   #2
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In the states we have the fork on the left of the plate, and knife then spoon on the right from the plate out.
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Ops, I mean in the draw, or where ever you keep for knives/fork/spoons.
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Ops, I mean in the draw, or where ever you keep for knives/fork/spoons.
Same order for me, here in U.S.

But I'm a guy....so I may have just put them in the order that came to me first.
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Its nice being a single guy. Unless I've got company or something, I grab whatever I might need to eat with, then take it with me to the couch to watch TV.
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Spoons, Knives, Forks.

But I grew up in a latino household. Maybe it's a Hispanic thing?
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i have 3 rows....you have fork, then knives then spoons, then before those rows you have a small row running parallel to the draw which has table spoons
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i have 3 rows....you have fork, then knives then spoons, then before those rows you have a small row running parallel to the draw which has table spoons
Yup. Knives in the middle. You can swop the silver, but the cutlery stays in the middle!
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