Daisy Chip and Dip Set (2-pc.): White by BIA Cordon Bleu
This daisy-shaped bowl is a great chip n' dip serving piece. It is a fun serving bowl and a great gift. This sunny yellow daisy dish will brighten up any party. See complete description »
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This daisy-shaped bowl is a great chip n' dip serving piece. It is a fun serving bowl and a great gift. This sunny yellow daisy dish will brighten up any party.
This is the cutiest chip n' dip server. The storage box is a great added bonus to protect the set when it is not being used or to transport and assemble your dish later. The day it arrived I served a cheese spread and crackers to my Bunko group. It was as big a hit as my new cheese spread recipe. It would also be fun for serving fresh fruit with a fruit dip in the bowl. I look forward to using it often, so glad I made this purchase.
I bought two of these darling, high quality sets. They really brightened up the buffet table where I used one to serve fruits and the other for vegetables. The large white flower can be used without the center bowl, and I have substituted other small colored bowls for the yellow one for a change of pace. My only disappointment was when I opened the shipping box and discovered they did not come with the flower-shaped storage boxes that you'll see when you find this set elsewhere -- perhaps that's why they were less expensive at this site. But I'm still happy with my purchase and can easily recommend this versatile set.
I THINK THAT THIS IS THE CUTIEST CHIP AND DIP SET I HAVE EVER HAD. FUN FOR PARTIES!
This was a gift for my daughter, who loves daisies. She loved it and will be using it at her house party next week.
I really my dip set. The only complaint I have is that
the chip/veg bowls are a little small for some vegies.
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For your next get-together, serve a simple cheese board instead of fussy hors d'oeuvres that just keep you tethered to the kitchen. Go to your local cheese shop or market and select a few interesting cheeses from different regions (France, Spain, England, or locally produced) and different origins (sheep's milk, cow's milk, or goat's milk). Set out with little cards identifying each cheese, and serve grapes and crackers for your guests to enjoy with the cheese.