Day 179: Dining Au Deux

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.

Wow! The Small Chef outdid herself this time! It all looks so good!

Wow! The Small Chef outdid herself this time! It all looks so good!

What a great idea to choose partners to dine au deux on this gourmet meal.

What a great idea to choose partners to dine au deux on this gourmet meal.

I got the most amiable partner, too - the Tall Tree always lets me dine first.

I got the most amiable partner, too – the Tall Tree always lets me dine first.

And he never rushes me through my turn.

And he never rushes me through my turn.

Best of all, if I really like something, he always lets me have the leftovers.

Best of all, if I really like something, he always lets me have the leftovers.

Although sometimes I do wonder why he always wants to trade plates with my large featherless assistant after I'm done dining....

Although sometimes I do wonder why he always wants to trade plates with my large featherless assistant after I’m done dining….

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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