Keep Track Of Platters During The Holidays
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November and December are the busiest months on the social calendar. Our families will be invited to so many dinners and get-togethers. Whether you’re watching a sporting event, attending family dinners, Friendsgiving, Thanksgiving, holiday parties, or Christmas dinners, you’ll be taking many different menu items.
Pot-luck church meals or Thanksgiving dinner at your grandmother’s house; these are all places where you will be taking your best dish to share. Do you have a favorite casserole that you like to bring or are you a baker who has to bring your special cheesecake?
One great casserole that will be appreciated by young and old is this Copycat Hash Brown Recipe from the Food Network. It’s a copycat from the Cracker Barrel favorite. I also love making Sweet Potato Casserole with marshmallows on top.
When the dishes are finished and the pans washed, do you ever wonder which platter or pan is yours? It’s so much easier when you can have your dishes labeled with washable stickers. Name Bubbles has so many ways to customize labels and stickers.
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What a great idea! I have those name stickers for my kids clothes, shoes, and accessories, but for dishes? This is a really smart way to keep track, especially for get togethers and potlucks.
This is a thoughtful way of keeping track of all the dishes, sounds neat and time saving.
This is a great idea. We’re always left with the platters, and would love to be able to give them back to their owners.