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Where does it say that one shouldn't eat foods like sandwiches or pizza and hold the food in one's hand and bring it towards there face, but should rather eat in smaller bites or with a knife and fork. Who are the poskim that say there is no problem of this nowadays (and perhaps that it's considered to be the way people act)?

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הלעיטני נא מן האדום האדום הזה. –  sam Mar 10 '13 at 21:37
    
"מן" means not all, right, @sam? –  msh210 Mar 10 '13 at 21:39
    
Probably related to the Gideon story. –  Double AA Mar 10 '13 at 21:56
    
@DoubleAA ,wasn't that with idolatry,that's how they worshipped idols. –  sam Mar 10 '13 at 22:31
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Shulchan Aruch (OC 170:7, based on maseches Derech Eretz): לא יאכל אדם פרוסה כביצה ואם אכל (הרי) זה גרגרן . Shu"t Or L'tziyon (Vol. 2, OC 46:7): אף שאין לקחת בידו בימות החול פרוסה יותר מכביצה ולאכול ממנה, מכל מקום אם זה כריך של שני פרוסות (סנדויץ) או פיתה, יכול לקחת בידו אף שהם יותר מכביצה, ובכל אופן אין הליפתן שעל הפרוסה מצטרף לשיעור כביצה. –  Fred Mar 11 '13 at 2:47
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