Do you like having friends? Do you like seeing those friends over dinner? Then take note! You might be irrevocably damaging those relationships (and diminishing your chances of an invite) if you're committing one of these food-related faux pas. They're unforgivable. So what out. Or you might never be invited out again.
So you're at a churrascaria about to dig into a luscious cut of beef and you say "oh yeah, actually, I'd like mine well done." Wrong. You do not. You'll take your steak the way the chef recommends (usually medium rare) or not at all. You heard us? Or not at all. And don't even ask about salmon or tuna. RARE.
Contrary to what you may believe or have grown up eating if you lived in a city without Mexican food... cheddar cheese is not an appropriate topping for tacos. Never, ever. It's not authentic and it's not delicious. If you want cheese on your tacos, you'll order cotija or queso fresco. Take that processed neon orange stuff elsewhere.
Yeah, that guac/queso fundido is good. Like, eat with a spoon good. That doesn't mean you should a.) eat it with a spoon or b.) double dip. We want that deliciousness too. We don't want to navigate parts of your broken off soggy chip swimming in what once a pristine bowl of salsa. Do that in the privacy of your own home, like the rest of us.
What's wrong with you? Pizza is not a fork-and-knife food. It's barely a plate food. Do it right or don't do it all: fold your pizza in half, bite, repeat. We don't want to hear any more nonsense on the matter.
Ok so we realize you're not about to run into string cheese at a social gathering. But this is annoying: don't bite into a string cheese. It's in the name: string. cheese. Pull off the string and dangle it into your mouth, like the kids. They know what's up.