Travel Aids - Chopstick Holders or Rests
The addition of the holder or rest completes the place setting. Chopstick holders or rests add to the elegance of the table.
Proper etiquette requires chopsticks not to be placed on any bowl or dish. The rests solves the problem where to place them.
Chopstick holders are made from a variety of materials such as porcelain, wood or silver. They come in many shapes. The flat rests will hold Western silverware. Simple shapes are as functional as well as the elaborate ones.
Chopsticks are the main eating utensils in Southeast Asia. Use chopstick holders or rests when serving Japanese, Thai, or Vietnamese, etc. meals at home. Amazon.com has chopsticks and rests for US$2.50-20.00. They come in a variety of colors and patterns.
Chopstick Set at Amazon.com
Going to a Southeast Asia country and want to have a private set, order chopsticks for your trip. Pack the chopsticks for your private use.
In Japan, tree conservation is in practice. Many take-out places do not give chopsticks with the meal. If you do not have a personal set of chopsticks, make sure to get a set before leaving the dining establishment.
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There is a beautiful poster of Pho Bo (beef soup) for sale at All Posters. Pho Bo is the traditional soup of Vietnam. It eaten in the north and south. See the Vietnam Poster as well as others. Find a poster to decorate your favorite place. If no poster interests you, just enjoy the pretty pictures.
Bowl Of Beef With Rice Noodles. , Vietnam
18 in. x 24 in.
Buy this Giclee Print at AllPosters.com
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