Robin Abrahams

Robin AbrahamsNOTE:  GREAT TASTE this week features a past show.  Steve Boss has been in Chicago conducting food research for upcoming GREAT TASTE broadcasts.  You can follow his eating adventures by checking out his recent tweets-@stevenboss on Twitter.

Can a restaurant these days be so fancy that you cannot request a doggie bag with dignity?

What’s a nice vegetarian to do if Gypsies give her bread smeared with lard?

Don't miss this hour of GREAT TASTE as Robin "Miss Conduct" Abrahams will answer these mystifying questions of food etiquette, and help set your "friends" straight on tipping, splitting checks, what to bring to a party, and many other food conundrums.

From her website: Robin Abrahams writes the popular “Miss Conduct” social advice column for the Boston Globe Sunday magazine. “Miss Conduct’s Mind Over Manners” (or “MCMom”) is her first book. She blogs six days a week here and at boston.com/missconduct, and conducts online chats twice a month on boston.com.

A Cambridge resident with a PhD. in research psychology from Boston University, Robin also works as a research associate at Harvard Business School.

Can a restaurant these days still be so fancy that you cannot request a doggie bag with dignity?

What’s a nice vegetarian to do if Gypsies give her bread smeared with lard?

Don't miss this hour of GREAT TASTE as Robin "Miss Conduct" Abrahams will answer these mystifying questions of food etiquette, and help set your "friends" straight on tipping, splitting checks, what to bring to a party, and many other food conundrums.

From her website: Robin Abrahams writes the popular “Miss Conduct” social advice column for the Boston Globe Sunday magazine. “Miss Conduct’s Mind Over Manners” (or “MCMom”) is her first book. She blogs six days a week here and at boston.com/missconduct, and conducts online chats twice a month on boston.com.