Consider this mealtime manners tip from Peggy Post, great-granddaughter-in-law of Emily Post, the noted etiquette and manners expert in North America:
A family-style dinner is when side dishes are passed around to each guest, moving clockwise, and each guest serves himself. When someone sitting directly across from you asks for a side dish at a family-style dinner, it should be passed to the right around the table.
Exception to this rule: If someone sitting to your immediate left requests a second helping of a dish, don't send the dish all the way around the table. It's perfectly fine to directly pass the dish to the left.
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