Are you planning an event that requires more than takeout cartons and disposable cutlery? If so, then you will want your place setting to include a bread and butter plate. A bread and butter plate may be used for various bread types, including sliced bread, roll, or muffin.
While it may go without saying that a dinner plate is placed in front of a guest, do you know where your bread and butter plate should go? Proper table etiquette states that you should always set a bread and butter plate at the upper left side of the dinner plate. Since most guests are righthanded, a simple reminder that the bread and butter plate is on the left side for each guest will help everyone avoid the taboo of placing their bread or knife on someone else’s plate.
If you’re considering adding a bread and butter plate set to your dinnerware collection, there are a few things you should know before you hit the “pay” button on your online shopping cart.
Did you know that some brands use lead and cadmium in their clay or glaze? These toxins can cause serious health problems such as rashes, developmental delays in children, and reproductive issues in women. To avoid these and other risks, you need products from a brand that believes in prioritizing your family’s health.
HF Coors’ bread and butter plates are highly chip-resistant, non-porous, and 100% lead and cadmium-free. A favorite among chefs because of its durability, our entire dinnerware collection is microwave, dishwasher, oven, broiler, and freezer safe. We pride ourselves on being a company that is 100% made and operated in the U.S.A.