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Anyone use rarebits?

Posted by gorilla_x (My Page) on
Sun, May 4, 08 at 11:17

See link for what I am taking about. We see these in restaurants all the time.

Why would I want these? The look cool :) Plus, they remind me of restaurant food.

Anyway, just asking if there are worthwile to buy. I would probably not bake stuff in them, but would use them for serving individual portions of manicotti, lasange, etc. So everyone at the table would have their own.

-Gorilla

Here is a link that might be useful: Rarebits Bake/Serve Ware


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RE: Anyone use rarebits?

I have some and I use them for single servings, especially when I have to make a vegetarian entre for my SIL. I do bake in them. I also use them for the "extra" when I make a pasta dish or casserole, gives me something for lunch or nice leftovers to send home with the kids. They are useful when I have a selection of veggies, or want grated cheese on the table.


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