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Simple Tip: No Slide Serving Sauces

Have you ever served a tray of appetizers accompanied with a bowl of sauce? When passing the tray around, the bowl can often slide around and may even tip over, resulting in a party-foul mess. Luckily there's an easy trick to help prevent this, one that is as simple as a drop of honey. That's right, just a dab of honey placed on the bottom of the bowl will help prevent the dishes from sliding. The honey acts as a glue and voila! no spilled sauces!

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Diana172 Diana172 9 years
Wow, what a great idea! I never really thought about this, I generally keep everything stationary, but this is a great idea in case I want to mix it up a little!
bluesuze bluesuze 10 years
I saw that honey pot at either TJ Maxx or Marshalls for really cheap.
LaLaLaurie06 LaLaLaurie06 10 years
honey! delicious!
rb24 rb24 10 years
It is out of stock boo!
tiabia tiabia 10 years
Thanks Yum...for the idea and the honey jar maker...it's too cute!!!
crispet1 crispet1 10 years
Nice idea.
meganekko meganekko 10 years
i LOVE the honey bowl!!
Food Food 10 years
I thought someone might ask, so I put it in the Yum Market. It's from sur la table, but sadly it might be out of stock online...
rb24 rb24 10 years
sonna I was about to ask that question. I love the honey bowl. I want it
sonnabobble sonnabobble 10 years
where can i get that honey bowl? it's too cute!!
Food Food 10 years
lala- love the idea! thanks for the tip. one of those der kind of moments. I think duct tape, wrapped into a loop might be an even better one.
LaLaLola LaLaLola 10 years
Interesting idea, but sounds a little messy. I think I'll go with double stick tape instead.
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