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Re:Paper plates 2012/04/06 09:35:25 (permalink)
We had dinner at an Italian Market last night, My little Mollie had her Spaghetti dinner on a disposable plate, plastic fork and knife. The Antipasto came on the same kind of plate, my Italian Sausage & Pepper sandwich was in a paper boat. All the food was great, who cares what it's served in or on, it's the quality of food I go for.
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Foodbme
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Re:Paper plates 2012/04/07 00:47:55 (permalink)
The beauty of paper plates is you can pick them up, turn them into a funnel and pour the food down your gullet!
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Re:Paper plates 2012/04/07 02:24:53 (permalink)
I love measuring my spices out on to a paper plate.
Fold it and funnel the spices in to the pot or bowl.  Toss.
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Re:Paper plates 2012/04/07 04:26:29 (permalink)
mar52

I love measuring my spices out on to a paper plate.
Fold it and funnel the spices in to the pot or bowl.  Toss.

Good Idea!
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