Hello everybody, Have you seen the Fred & Friends Finger Food plate? At a party or family gathering have you ever struggled with balancing a glass, a plate of appetizers, a conversation, and a free hand to eat the finger food?
The Fred & Friends Finger Food plate is the solution. Simply slip the small plate on your finger like a ring. Now you can hold a snack and a glass while the other hand is free to pick up the food and place in your mouth.
Thought I would share this useful gadget. I found use at my Memorial Day party this past weekend and I thought others could too.
Sorry I am new to this message board and I saw the theme and thought the Finger Food Trays was something nice to post. We wrote an article on it a couple of weeks ago. I just thought it was something informational people would be interested in. I did not mean for it to come across as an advertisement.
That's cute but a napkin under my hors d'oeuvres would serve me better. I'm with Bozie - what about a bigger plate! Not interested for my parties, I go to alot of work foodwise and wouldn't want my guests to think this is all I could offer them. Leftover appetizers are not fun.
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No worries. Like I said I'm new to the message board and I wouldn't want to be one of those people who just advertise. I would like to help people with the knowledge I have learned through our website.
Hello Bozie and Lurah,
I completely understand your wanting of a bigger plate. I did just use them this past weekend and the plates surprisingly held more food than I thought. =) It would be a good idea for someone to invent a triple decker. Might need two side by side rings to hold up that plate.
KBTrendsMag, you may not be advertising that finger food plate but it seems you are advertising your online magazine. Since your magazine is a commercial business then you are contravening the rules of this message board.
IMO the finger food plate is gimmicky and not something I would ever buy or use.
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Originally posted by mamaspoon: I'm too much of a klutz to deal with that.
Same here ~ just not very practical at all from my point of view. I, too, would just rather have a napkin. And, have to say, is this really a serious idea or are we being pun*ked??? This message has been edited. Last edited by: Idaho Resident,