SET OF 6 SNACK CONE STANDS + DIP HOLDER French Fries/Chip/Bites/Finger Food/Bowl £6.99 @ ebay / 365-online_shopping
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SET OF 6 SNACK CONE STANDS + DIP HOLDER French Fries/Chip/Bites/Finger Food/Bowl £6.99 @ ebay / 365-online_shopping

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Found 17th Jul
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  • Snack 'N' Dip Cone
  • Set Of 6
  • Colour : White
  • A Fun & Convenient Way To Serve & Display Delicious Finger Foods
  • Load Up The Cone With Veggies, French Fries, Cheese Straws & Many More
  • The Removable Dipping Tray Makes Prep, Refills, And Clean-up A Breeze.
  • Overall Height : 165mm/6.5"
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It's all plastic crap
Seems quite smart idea. Once you've eaten from it once and you start to wash up you'll have a moment to think: why the hell did u buy it??
I actually detest this modern trend when eating out of food being served in weird ways. I don't want my chips in an odd looking tiny soup bowl with handles, or a weaved basket, or my onion rings in a metal cone thing. Just serving it on a plate is fine, we have managed for centuries with plates, they work perfectly well.
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What's the material please you mean it's plastic
default123 m ago

What's the material?



Click the link - it will tell you
RUSSt1 m ago

What's the material please you mean it's plastic


What’s the material pretty please
There in Poundland would be cheaper and can get the amount you want.
It's all plastic crap
if plastic not worth the punt
Salad Cream and Chips FTW
Not the same unless it's home made from yesterdays new paper, with plenty of vinger as the print makes your chips taste even better.
Seems quite smart idea. Once you've eaten from it once and you start to wash up you'll have a moment to think: why the hell did u buy it??
I actually detest this modern trend when eating out of food being served in weird ways. I don't want my chips in an odd looking tiny soup bowl with handles, or a weaved basket, or my onion rings in a metal cone thing. Just serving it on a plate is fine, we have managed for centuries with plates, they work perfectly well.
happyfeet03 h, 15 m ago

What’s the material pretty please


I'd be more wary as to whether it's food grade plastic.
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noahsdad1 h, 0 m ago

I actually detest this modern trend when eating out of food being served …I actually detest this modern trend when eating out of food being served in weird ways. I don't want my chips in an odd looking tiny soup bowl with handles, or a weaved basket, or my onion rings in a metal cone thing. Just serving it on a plate is fine, we have managed for centuries with plates, they work perfectly well.


I've seen chips being served in metal cups. Makes the metal really hot to touch and makes the chips soggy. Best to serve inna plate.. net baskets are good though.
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There in poundland aswell, but look really rubbish and cheap
noahsdad1 h, 55 m ago

I actually detest this modern trend when eating out of food being served …I actually detest this modern trend when eating out of food being served in weird ways. I don't want my chips in an odd looking tiny soup bowl with handles, or a weaved basket, or my onion rings in a metal cone thing. Just serving it on a plate is fine, we have managed for centuries with plates, they work perfectly well.


Same goes for serving a burger on a wooden board...
3LeggedDog28 m ago

Same goes for serving a burger on a wooden board...


I find it really of putting when food is served on a wooden board. It always makes me think the food wasnt ready to go out yet, and the kitchens to busy to plate it, and someone has just rushed up without thinking and picked up the chopping board with all the food on, and just served that up so people get fed
I saw this exact thing in Poundland earlier not knowing what it was so you could save yourself 99p or more if you don't have 6 people for them.
As previously mentioned, the chips will 'sweat' as no room to breath. = Soggy chips.
We all like crispy chips.
If it's first date 'dress to impress' Gastro Pub look, go for the wire basket type.
Or just chuck 'um on the plate!
Edited by: "deany76" 18th Jul
I suspect half the reason serving chips in things like these or baskets is because it lets them get away with only giving you a tiny number of chips.

It wouldn't be so frustrating were it not for the fact this mostly happens in places that charge you £8 for the burger than another £3 for the chips.
I've got one, paid 50p. Never used. Waste of money.
X6 is the amount of decent sized chips that you could fit in it.
COLD! We need to be using less plastic now!
Available in Poundland for, surprisingly, a pound each.
noahsdad13 h, 35 m ago

I actually detest this modern trend when eating out of food being served …I actually detest this modern trend when eating out of food being served in weird ways. I don't want my chips in an odd looking tiny soup bowl with handles, or a weaved basket, or my onion rings in a metal cone thing. Just serving it on a plate is fine, we have managed for centuries with plates, they work perfectly well.



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noahsdad14 h, 35 m ago

I actually detest this modern trend when eating out of food being served …I actually detest this modern trend when eating out of food being served in weird ways. I don't want my chips in an odd looking tiny soup bowl with handles, or a weaved basket, or my onion rings in a metal cone thing. Just serving it on a plate is fine, we have managed for centuries with plates, they work perfectly well.



Why bother with plates? We managed to eat off bread for centuries. Here, have some in a shopping cart. 34406849-dbAWE.jpg
Now £7.99
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