食野野”Full Course, Full course 點解?

食野野"Full Course, Full course 點解?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    A full course dinner is a dinner consisting of multiple dishes, or courses. In its simplest form, it can consist of three or four courses, such as soup, salad, meat and dessert. In formal dining a full course dinner can consist of five, eight, ten or twelve courses, and, in its extreme form, has been known to have twenty-one courses. In these more formalized dining events, the courses are carefully planned to complement each other gastronomically. The courses are smaller and spread out over a long evening, up to three, four or five hours, and follow conventions of menu planning that have been established over many years. Most courses (excluding some light courses such as sorbets) in the most formal full course dinners are usually accompanied by ("paired with") a different wine, liqueur, or other spirit; today, craft beers and sakes are increasingly being integrated into the pairings. Polite society, in its attempt to avoid ostentation, arranges the place setting so that only the implements needed for the first one or two courses appear in the table setting. As the dinner progresses and new courses arrive, used implements are removed with the dishes, and new silverware is placed next to the plates. (A diner at a formal dinner can not properly be asked to use the same implement for more than one course.) This scheme is also more practical because one cannot anticipate whether a diner may select, say, a thick cream soup or a clear soup in a menu offering him a choice. As each of these soups has its own unique spoon, it would be considered improper and impractical to lay out a spoon that may not be needed or correct.

    大 致 上你可以當作 12 道菜 的 酒 席 套 餐, 比較易明.

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    1 decade ago

    其實 full course. 只用係 set dinner (套餐) 上面. 亦只有上等的西餐廳會咁做. 通常係佢地個 set 餐牌上, 會有頭盤, 湯, 沙律, 主菜, 甜品之類. 咁有 D 人細食 D 既. 唔要晒住部野. 咪唔係食 full course lor. 有 D 可只食湯及頭盤 ka ma. 例如出名既餐廳 Cova 就係咁 lak.

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