Warming tray heats up the party

The Nostalgia Electrics Buffet Server and Warming Tray offers convenient versatile usage. Designed for get-togethers or even to be put to use at the table, the appliance offers an easy way to keep food warm.

Options are a good thing.
Options are a good thing. Nostalgia Electrics

Finding the best way to serve food is often a challenge. When it comes to finding a way to serve a complete meal, all at one time, the challenge can become more difficult than cooking the meal in the first place. As the protein, the starch, and the vegetable progress through the process of cooking, it is rare that they all finish at the same time. Keeping one warm while the others finish then becomes a priority. When it comes to cooking for a crowd, the task can become downright difficult.

The Nostalgia Electrics Buffet Server and Warming Tray simplifies the serving of food by making it easy to keep individual items warm. Measuring 25.5 inches by 15 inches with a height of 6 inches the appliance offers dual functionality for serving at get-togethers or even for use just at the table. Featuring three individual 2.5-quart stainless steel chafing dishes, the server can be used to let guests serve themselves, or by removing the pan holder, the unit can be used simply as a warming tray.

With an adjustable temperature range from 130 degrees to 185 degrees, the server offers versatility as well as convenience. Complete with a stainless steel heating surface it is easy to clean as well as designed to be durable. Whether it is put to use at the table, for get-togethers or just as a convenient warmer in the kitchen, the versatile appliance is made to make serving (and cooking) easier.

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    Brian is the author of the culinary based novel Stealing Food Road. A lifelong Californian, he has been consistently exposed to some of the best food in the world. With a deep appreciation for the kitchen, he is always on the lookout for that perfect appliance that combines style and grace with the ever-popular ability to save time.

     

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