Definition of Salad fork

1. Noun. A fork intended for eating salads.

Generic synonyms: Fork



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salad Fork

salacities
salacity
salad
salad-dodger
salad-oil
salad bar
salad bars
salad bowl
salad burnet
salad cream
salad days
salad dodger
salad dodgers
salad dressing
salad dressings
salad fork (current term)
salad green
salad greens
salad nicoise
salad oil
salad oils
salad plate
salad year
salad years
saladang
saladangs
salade
salades
salading
saladings

Literary usage of Salad fork

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Handbook of Household Science by Juniata L. Shepperd (1902)
"A salad fork and spoon are in the bowl. The waiter places a salad fork quietly at each place. If a member of the family is to serve the salad, ..."

2. The Expert Waitress: A Manual for the Pantry, Kitchen, and Dining-room by Anne Frances Springsteed Cole, Anne Frances Springsteed, Margaret Armstrong (1894)
"Place the salad fork and spoon in the salad bowl; put the bowl on your tray. Place it before the host, with the salad plates. Lay a fork and a knife quietly ..."

3. The Expert Waitress: A Manual for the Pantry, Kitchen, and Dining-room by Anne Frances Springsteed Cole, Anne Frances Springsteed, Margaret Armstrong (1894)
"Place the salad fork and spoon in the salad bowl; put the bowl on your tray. Place it before the host, with the salad plates. Lay a fork and a knife quietly ..."

4. The History of the Art of Tablesetting: Ancient and Modern, from Anglo-Saxon by Claudia Quigley Murphy (1921)
"The waitress should also provide the hostess with silver-handled, olive wood tined and bowled salad fork and spoon. A separate bowl may be used for mixing ..."

5. Marion Harland's Complete Cook Book: A Practical and Exhaustive Manual of by Marion Harland (1906)
"When all are in pour the dressing over the lettuce, tossing lightly and quickly with salad fork and spoon. Pass at once with heated crackers and fancy ..."

6. The American Salad Book by Maximilian De Loup (1900)
"Mix well and quickly with a wooden or silver salad fork, cover and place where it will cool quickly and not lose its crispness. Salad of Cabbage Sprouts. ..."

7. Table Service by Lucy Grace Allen (1920)
"(a) Place salad fork (right hand, right side), and salad spoon (left hand, left side) brought on napkin or tray ; or (b) bring in silver on salad bowl. ..."

8. Handbook of Household Science by Juniata L. Shepperd (1902)
"A salad fork and spoon are in the bowl. The waiter places a salad fork quietly at each place. If a member of the family is to serve the salad, ..."

9. The Expert Waitress: A Manual for the Pantry, Kitchen, and Dining-room by Anne Frances Springsteed Cole, Anne Frances Springsteed, Margaret Armstrong (1894)
"Place the salad fork and spoon in the salad bowl; put the bowl on your tray. Place it before the host, with the salad plates. Lay a fork and a knife quietly ..."

10. The Expert Waitress: A Manual for the Pantry, Kitchen, and Dining-room by Anne Frances Springsteed Cole, Anne Frances Springsteed, Margaret Armstrong (1894)
"Place the salad fork and spoon in the salad bowl; put the bowl on your tray. Place it before the host, with the salad plates. Lay a fork and a knife quietly ..."

11. The History of the Art of Tablesetting: Ancient and Modern, from Anglo-Saxon by Claudia Quigley Murphy (1921)
"The waitress should also provide the hostess with silver-handled, olive wood tined and bowled salad fork and spoon. A separate bowl may be used for mixing ..."

12. Marion Harland's Complete Cook Book: A Practical and Exhaustive Manual of by Marion Harland (1906)
"When all are in pour the dressing over the lettuce, tossing lightly and quickly with salad fork and spoon. Pass at once with heated crackers and fancy ..."

13. The American Salad Book by Maximilian De Loup (1900)
"Mix well and quickly with a wooden or silver salad fork, cover and place where it will cool quickly and not lose its crispness. Salad of Cabbage Sprouts. ..."

14. Table Service by Lucy Grace Allen (1920)
"(a) Place salad fork (right hand, right side), and salad spoon (left hand, left side) brought on napkin or tray ; or (b) bring in silver on salad bowl. ..."

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