The Go Plate

Put the plate on the drink and fill it with food

How hard it is sometimes when you have many friends coming over and there is not enough space around the table. Here is the perfect solution for an indoor or outdoor party!

This plate can be used with both bottles and cans. Beer or pop or even water. This is so useful if you have a pick nick, a party with not so much room at the table, or just after work.

There is a ridge that make it possible to secure the bottle or can or cup.

So this is the perfect solution when you have a buffet. Just display all the food on a table and let your guests pick their favourites for this plate. In Sweden we call that Smorgasbord =)

Read more about that here:

SMORGASBORD

Plate resting on the can or bottle

The Go Plate
The Go Plate

If it is a bottle, push it through the top opening. It is now secure for eating off the plate. Lift plate off to drink, replace, repeat until you are full.

If it is a can, take your free hand, and push the plate cone down until the can meets the underneath side of the cone opening. It is now secure for eating off the plate. To drink, twist the can and the plate in opposite directions to lift the plate off the can.

If is it a cup, carefully rest the plate on the cup, securing the top lip of the cup in one of 3 sets of ridges under the cone meant to provide a point to balance the plate on the cup. Push to snap into place for more stable eating. Unsnap to drink, replace plate, repeat until you are full.

 

10 pack for just 11 dollars

Using the to go plate

Big drink cooler

Coleman 70-Quart Xtreme Cooler (Blue)
Coleman 70-Quart Xtreme Cooler (Blue)

70 Qt. Cooler Xtreme, Blue Chest Cooler. The name says it all! This extremely durable ice chest keeps food cold for an extremely long time-- five days in 90 degrees F heat! Xtreme Cooler keeps ice up to 5 days at 90 degrees F. Holds 98 cans with ice. Hinged lid with four beverage holders. Lid designed to accommodate 24 elastic cords for additional storage (cords sold separately). Two-way handles for easy lifting and transporting.

 

Is this smart or what? 2 comments

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mulberry1 5 years ago

I like it. I can imagine this when there is a buffet. I always have trouble balancing my plate, a drink, and so forth. This could really help!


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Wendy Krick 5 years ago from Maryland

What will they think of next? My hubby would love this. :)

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