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Serve with Style

Serve with Style

Forget about passing the gravy. A buffet lets your friends and family get exactly what they want—including seconds and thirds—at their own pace. Even better? Less time spent dishing out food means more time for eating, drinking and turkey-induced napping.

Forget about passing the potatoes. A buffet lets your friends and family get exactly what they want—mashed, baked, seconds, thirds—at their own pace. Even better? Less time spent dishing out food means more time for eating, drinking and, you know, being merry.

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A dish for every dish

Stock up on multi-tasking serving pieces that go from holiday to holiday—and dish to dish. Just don’t forget to have extra platters and spoons handy for guests who surprise you with bonus food. Guilty? It’s ok, we’ve done it, too.

Like beauty, hunger is in the eye of the beholder. Show off your culinary creations with multi-tasking serveware designed to get you from apps to dinner to dessert—and everything in between.

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Pop goes the serving station

Do you like to leave a little sparkle wherever you go? Then grab your glam squad and get ready for the party of the year. This fabulous buffet celebrates jeweled glassware, mirrored accents, all things bling and the sounds “Pop, fizz, clink.”

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Poinsettia party

If there’s one thing we’ve learned, it’s that gold never goes out of style. And this time of year, neither do poinsettias. Deck your dining room with vibrant blooms, holly berries, gilded serveware and plenty of sweet treats. It is a celebration after all.

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Christmas dessert serverware spread.

Give it to go

Thanksgiving may be over, but that doesn’t mean our cravings for comfort food—and fun!—have disappeared. Encourage your guests to take the party home with thoughtfully prepared goodie bags—leftover turkey, perhaps, or that secret stash of frosted sugar cookies you whipped up.

If we could make the holidays last forever, we would. (Seriously, we left a message with Santa.) For now, you can send the party home with your guests using thoughtfully prepared goodie bags—leftover ham, perhaps, or those last few slices of yule log.

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