Tuesday, January 19, 2016

My Heated Chip and Dip Tray & Vintage Bliss Tuesdays Linky Party #67


One of the 5 "branches" of My New Year's Tree this year is order. Aren't we women always searching for that? As such, I am continuing to sort through my (many) belongings, putting my hands on each of them in turn, to see what brings me joy.

I uncovered this chip and dip dish in the basement. It was thrifted from my mom's house (my favourite "store") and I had forgotten I even had it. Which should mean that I get rid of it, no? But you see, the thing is, it heats up. It's a Cook's Essentials heated chip and dip tray - there's a red stoneware chip tray, a removable stoneware bowl and a heating base with a detachable cord. You can keep a dip warm or serve a hot cheese dip. Sure I don't actually eat cheese, but it will come in handy for something...like when I figure out how to make a good vegan cheese sauce.

Should it stay or should it go? What say you?


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10 comments:

  1. If it goes send it back home. It looks nicer in your picture then when I owned it. Besides I realize I don't have a chip dish anymore.

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    1. Okay! I will try some vegan cheese sauce and then maybe bring it back to its mama. ;)

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  2. I would definitely hold on to it. I love the idea that it keeps a dip warm!

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  3. Thank you Joann for Vintage Bliss Tuesdays 67. If the wonderful red !! heated chip and dip bowl fits into your life then keep it. Nice to have a Mom's basement to shop for vintage.
    Joy

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    1. Thanks Joy! Mom's basement is pretty shopped out now. ;)

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  4. this cheesy sauce pretty much changed my life.. i make it without the lemon juice, with soymilk instead of water and throw in some onion and garlic powders. i use it to make queso dip and my entire (non-vegan) family raves about it. i thought you might enjoy as well! -rhonna. http://veganyumminess.com/vegan-nacho-cheese/

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    1. Thanks sooo much Rhonna! That looks amazing, and so healthy too! And it's nice to hear from somebody who has actually tried a recipe and knows it works. I have pinned it! :)

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