Giveaway: CHEFS Large Oval Serving Platter

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Look what CHEFS is giving away to one of my readers?

 

CHEFS White Large Divided Oval Serving Platter

$29.95

 

Sorry about the empty dish, but there was so much going on in my kitchen for Thanksgiving, I forgot to take pictures of this great platter with all the turkey meat on it!  Everyone loved this platter though!  Especially me!  This glazed white serving platter is a big upgrade from my plastic platter with the turkey on it! You know which kind I’m taking about!

 

This stoneware is well made and heavy.  I love the idea of separating my white and dark turkey meat, so my family doesn’t have to search high and low for the kind of meat they want.

This platter will come in handy to separate other meals, too.  You can place your meat on one side and veggies on the other or use it for appetizers or a cookie tray.

 

Did you know that CHEFS has their own signature collection called CHEFS Essentials?  The platter (above) is one of the many products in the collection.  CHEFS Essentials are professional-grade kitchen tools, cookware, bakeware, dinnerware and more.  Here are a few more white pieces you can find in the collection.

 

   

 

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*I received the large oval serving platter from CHEFS Catalog.  The comments in this post are 100% my own.

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Comments

  1. says

    I can see this working really well for my family where one kid has allergies to certain foods – his on one side and everyone else on the other. Or just with picky kids, don’t want onion or something in their food – easy way to tell.

  2. Carol Davis says

    I love the platter AND ALL THE OTHER THINGS, LOVE the plain white, divided dishes esp the cup with long saucer under it, love them ALL!!!

  3. says

    I love the glazed look of the platter and how it is so fancy divided. It’s really beautiful and would look so pretty for dips and chips at parties.

  4. Barbra Byrnes says

    wow what at great platter. Ham on one side, turkey on the other. A divided platter—-really a nice idea! nice simple clean lines. Will go well with any china.

  5. Charlotte Moore says

    When we grill out I do burgers and chicken so this would be nice. Also this would be great for 2 kinds of cookies or whatever you want.

    Thanks!!

  6. faleen says

    I really enjoy entertaining and find that a buffet brunch makes things much easier for me in that i can prepare the food and then actually sit, eat and enjoy my guests without constantly getting up for different courses. This is a lovely looking dish and with the divider it would actually make the serving table look more decorative.

  7. Jane George says

    I can think of lots of sauced type dishes that I would use this dish for, I have always been one of those who does not like different foods touching each other. LOL

  8. Tracie says

    This is great for just about everything! I do not like different foods to touch. So this would prevent me from using 2 dishes!

  9. Terri S. says

    I would use this platter to serve roast turkey or roast chicken. I like the divider feature to separate light and dark meat. :-)

  10. Kristin says

    I would use it for a cookie platter. I love cookies and it would look fantastic with all my holiday cookies spread out on it.

  11. Diane W says

    I would use it to service my chinese food. Rice on one side and meat with vegetables on the other.

    diane(dot)wortman(at)gmail(dot)com

  12. Stephanie O'Day says

    This would be a great cheese and sausage platter! That way, if people don’t like sausage with their cheese and crackers, they don’t have to have the taste because of them being on the same plate! Awesome!

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