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When serving a formal meal, the first item served is the A. bread and butter. B. first wine. C. appetizer. D. soup.
D. soup.
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User: When serving a formal meal, the first item served is the A. bread and butter. B. first wine. C. appetizer. D. soup.





Weegy: D. soup.
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User: When serving a formal meal, the first item served is the A. bread and butter. B. first wine. C. appetizer. D. soup.

Weegy: D. Soup
Expert answered|PinkMummy|Points 150|

User: Following the traditional order of service at a formal banquet setting, the caterer would serve the entrée after serving the A. appetizer. B. soup. C. second wine. D. salad.

Weegy: B. soup.





User: On arriving at the elegant Chez Moulin for a catered dinner, the guests discover that a large plate, called a _______, will remain at their place setting to receive the soup, salad, and entrée plates. A. placer B. receiver C. charger D. service plate

Weegy: C. charger
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