Bone Fish Grill anyone?
If you come across a fish bone or two, don’t get flustered. “Remove the bones with a fork and set them on the edge of the plate,” says Jayne Becker of the Minnesota Historical Society in the Minnesota Patch. “If you’re eating a finger food, remove it with your fingers and do the same.” Warning: Do not hide the bones, even if they seem gross to look at on the plate. If you hide them in your napkin, a server could end up flinging the bones and hitting someone. Flinging fish bones in polite society is a no-no.