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Meal-Related Center Items Figure  9-2  shows  meal-related  dining  table  center items. These items are explained next. Cereal  cream  pitcher—The  cereal  cream  pitcher  is shaped like a small beverage pitcher with a modified hourglass  design.    It has a handle on one side and a capacity of 16 ounces.    It is set only for breakfast or brunch when cereal is to be served. Syrup  pitcher—The syrup pitcher is similar in size and shape to the coffee cream pitcher. However, the pouring spout is partially enclosed by a metal lip. It is set  only  for  breakfast  or  brunch  when  pancakes  or waffles are to be served. It is placed on a coffee cup saucer. Silver fruit bowl—The silver fruit bowl is a large hollow  bowl.  It  is  used  for  serving  fresh  fruit  for breakfast or brunch. It is often set as a centerpiece containing artificial or real fruit for breakfast or artificial or real flowers for lunch or dinner. Bread tray—The bread tray is a rectangular silver dish with rounded ends and perforated sides. It is used primarily for breads, but it also maybe used for relishes such as cannot or celery sticks. When used for breads, an opened napkin is placed in the tray. The bread is then neatly arranged on the napkin, and the edges of the napkin are folded over the bread to retain freshness and warmth. Cruet  and  caster—The  cruet  and  caster  consist  of two stoppered glass bottles placed on a small tray. The bottles hold oil and vinegar salad dressings when salads are served at lunch or dinner. Butter dish—The butter dish is a small, rectangular china dish with rounded corners. It is normally used at Figure 9-2.—Meal-related  center  items. 9-10

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