Warming up your plates for dinner (or lunch and breakfast)


#1

Do you warm up your plates before putting your dinner on them?

This is not a poll but a discussion.


#2

Last time we did this I think the consensus was that it was weird if you didn’t do it but that the boiling water method was complete faff.


#3

Yes. Yes I do.


#4

What’s your method crispo?

Don’t think I have ever done it.


#5

Of course I don’t, I’m not a Tory.


#6

I don’t.

Probably should though, our flat is freezing and meals go cold well quickly.

:frowning:


#7

don’t eat slow enough for there to be any point in this.


#8

probably makes more sense to bung the heating on.


#9

Heating’s already on full whack :anguished:


#10

We use the dishwasher, put the plates in you want, turn the dial around to dry and the press on. 5 minutes later plates are boiling hot


#11

Someone came into my office earlier and said it was too warm in here and I should turn my heating down, then actually switched it off and left.

It’s my office. There’s nobody else in here.


#12

Sometimes I’ll pop a side plate in the toaster for around 10 seconds or so.


#13

That’s so rude.


#14

I’ve stopped holding in my farts in case they feel like coming back in to check on it later. And they thought it was “a bit stuffy” in here before!!


#15

I think Epimer’s left out the bit where he was sitting naked in his office, fanning his privates with an important memo.


#16

I don’t, because my house is not a restaurant.


#17

FUCK YOU. We’re paperless.


#18

Well, not with that attitude.


#19

I’ve missed a chris_is_cool joke here, haven’t I.


#20

The last thread on this topic was an absolute belter http://drownedinsound.com/community/boards/social/4420408#r7170488