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  • Bottles of water and loaves of bread appear on what are no longer counters but tables, as do platters bearing parts of the meal that will be served family-style.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • “The largest family-style restaurant company in America?”

    Jack Garner, Parsley Farmer

  • Eat a family-style dinner with homemade gelato and see a show.

    Only In…Florence

  • I've done too many meals where I don't have time to enjoy my guests because I'm in the kitchen, so I always serve family-style.

    François Payard

  • At Target, the first 20 guests to spend more than $100—now that shouldn't be hard—"will have the chance to take a family-style portrait with the Missonis," and at Victoria's Secret, several of the Angels will be on hand to take photos with customers.

    New Cast Joins Night Of Shop, Drop

  • Serve them family-style so that each person gets his or her own fried tortilla and can pile on beans, chicken, and any other toppings as high as desired.

    Cooking With the Stars

  • —Serve fruits and vegetables at every meal, eat family-style when possible and no fried foods.

    First lady targets healthy habits for toddler set

  • In contrast, he notes, the new major league baseball stadium in Milwaukee, which seats 42,000, has 316 toilets/urinals for men, 300 toilets for women, 74 single-user restrooms, and eight family-style restrooms.

    More reasons for Portland not to do the Paulson stadium deal (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • The meal turned out to be less a snack than memorable feast, with guests devouring family-style plates of grilled calamari and not-yet-on-the-menu garganelli pasta with mushrooms.

    Food Served With Fashion

  • Employees are assigned a time and place at one of three tables, and served traditional Cantonese dishes like steamed fish and stir-fried vegetables cooked by the company's in-house chef and placed family-style in the middle of the table.

    Gold Tycoon Rides Crest of Asian Boom

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