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Forget the Milk

September 20, 2000|DONNA DEANE

Got trays? These eye-catching trays are inexpensive, easy to clean and make serving fun. Use them for desserts and appetizers at parties. Or load one with homemade cookies or cakes, wrap with clear paper and ribbons and--bam--you've got a great gift.

16x12-inch peanut butter and jelly tray, $7; 20x14 3/4-inch newspaper tray, $12.50; and 14-inch round cookie tray $6 at select Bed, Bath & Beyond stores, Lechters, Mervyn's and Target stores.

Total Toaster

The new Philips toaster is not just a toaster. It also makes sandwiches and warms rolls. It has a defrost setting for things like frozen waffles and a one-sided toasting setting for items such as bagels. If your toast has to keep a minute or two, it also has a reheat setting to warm it up. What a good idea for a dorm room or to give for a wedding gift.

Toaster with sandwich maker, $69.95, from Target stores.

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