When arranging the food on your plate, does everything have to be separated, or is it okay for your food to touch?
- 1 month agoBest Answer
separate everything and 3 forks
- Anonymous2 weeks ago
- curtisports2Lv 71 month ago
It's OK for most things to touch, though I generally serve vegetables in a separate bowl.
- deniseLv 71 month ago
Your plate, your choice,
Personally I like food placed on the plate so you can see all the elements, though I dont mind a little overlap, but not all piled in a heap.
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- SparkyLv 51 month ago
It's ok for them to touch, but I like them to be arranged around the plate, not just all heaped on top of another food.
I like to mix them myself as I wish, while I eat.
For example, I love dipping my mashed potato in cooked peas and corn kernels, and it helps pick them up on the spoon / fork.
- oldprofLv 71 month ago
I don't notice such things like that. The only thing I do when at a restaurant is to ensure the piecemeal I have to cut (usually the meat) is on my side of the plate so that I can get at it with a knife and fork for cutting. Other than that, I don't care how the food is laid out.
- Groovy_UnicornLv 71 month ago
For me it depends. I dont care if my potatoes touch my green beans for example but I hate it when they touch my salad.
- 1 month ago
I'm not picky and don't care.
- pit bulls biteLv 71 month ago
it touches in my belly
- Anonymous1 month ago
I'm ok with my food touching with a few exceptions such as:
Syrup should not touch eggs and Ice cream should not be on top of the cake.
I'm really not a fan of pouring sauces on food that can run all over the plate unless it's a one dish meal like pasta. I'm definitely someone who makes a well in my mashed potatoes for the gravy as opposed to pouring gravy all over the plate.