Venn Diagram Serving Platter Offers A Logical Way To Enjoy Snacks And Dips

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As its name suggests, the Venn Diagram Serving Platter is what happens when you fuse two round plates together. Like a proper Venn diagram, it divides the plate into three distinct areas, making it perfect for serving two different appetizers and a healthy heaping of dip in the intersecting section.

Designed by Thomas Both, the plate brings the geeky appeal of the logical diagram to your daily snacks. Whether for pairing chips, fries, nachos, veggies, or freshly baked bread with guacamole, hummus, salsa, cheese, or any other dip you want, all you need is one dish to serve everything in a neat and tidy arrangement. Plus, you can still add Dip Clips on the sides if you need more sauces.

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The Venn Diagram Serving Platter is made from two circular plates that combine to build a large serving dish measuring 15.25 x 10.5 x 1.5 inches (l x w x d). It’s made from glazed stoneware, so it’s safe with everything in the kitchen, unless, of course, you throw it at the wall when the team you’re cheering for ends up throwing the game in the final play. Because you only use one dish, everything is simpler, from carrying it to the living room to passing it to a friend to cleaning everything after everyone’s had their fill.

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Available now, the Venn Diagram Serving Platter is priced at $38.

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One Response

  1. cook

    I can think of something great to put into this. How about some roast beef, gravy, and mashed potatoes! It’s stoneware, so you can get it nice and warm in the oven before piling it full of food – then cover with foil, and put it back in the oven to hold for a little bit. The food can stay nice and hot while you serve salad or do some other finishing touches for the meal. I really like this plate/platter.

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