NO LUGGING HEAVY SERVING TRAYS OUT TO SOME REMOTE BBQ SITE
Ok, so your friend decided to grill on top of a mountain or by a wooded creek, far from civilization -- or at least far from the parking lot. Fear not: There’s no need to carry heavy dishes into the woods. Just put your hors d'oeuvres on some lightweight SOLO plates, cover them in plastic wrap, and head out.
MORE SERVING DISHES MEANS NO MORE TURF WARS
How many times have you gotten meat juices and melty cheese on a veggie burger? If the answer is more than “zero times,” you’re gonna wanna expand your serving options -- if for no other reason than keeping two already-contentious friend sets at bay. No more angry vegans, no more confused carnivores. Everybody wins.
USE DIFFERENT-COLORED PLATES TO MARK DIFFERENT DISHES
SOLO plates come with all sorts of bold patterns on them, which can help sort out some common ‘cue conundrums. The simple color coding trick will let guests know which wings are honey garlic and which are habanero -- a real win for tongues everywhere.