The Profile: Dessert Plates

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Dessert Plates

Having the right tabletop pieces when hosting parties is a must. Whether you have chosen to highlight a fine china pattern or use classic white tableware, when it is time to serve dessert make certain you have the correct items necessary well in advance in order to make preparations easier. Dessert plates & forks may be used interchangeably as salad plates especially with a move towards more informal, casual entertaining. The size of the plates should range in size from approximately 8 to 9-inches in diameter & will typically have enough space to feature a standard slice of cake or several sweet canapés. Make certain these entertaining essentials are included in your tableware collection. Learn how to care for & store them when they are not in use.

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How To Care For & Store Dessert Plates

Dessert plates should have something lovely to accompany them. Petite Wedding CakesClassic Genoise with French ButtercreamClassic Financiers & Honey-Lavender Madeleines are all appropriate confections that may be served on them for a number of gatherings from bridal showers to birthday celebrations. When they are not in use, it’s important to store the plates properly to prevent breakage & so they may be ready for future parties.

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 Invest in the proper size storage box or case. They are typically made from heavy duty plastic or lightweight cloth & prevent dust accumulation between use as well as protect them from damage. Wash dessert plates & dry them well. Stack them with a foam cushion between each plate as this will prevent scratches over the surfaces. Finally, place the plates in the case & zip it closed. Store the plates in a location that is not frequented on a daily basis such as a hutch. This will further prevent the sides from cracks & chips.

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