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  • Alex Nicole

    19 Food Tips That You Need To Know: Use a muffin tin to serve condiments at a BBQ

  • Bestlexever

    Use a muffin tin to serve condiments at a bbq. It will also help you cut down dish washing - www.bestlexever.com - #DIY #tips #life #hack #hacking #lifehacking #clever #smart #idea #ideas #best #howtodo #howto #how #doityourself

  • Lynn Waldman

    Smart idea for bbq parties~ Good idea for a summer cookout. Muffin Tin for a Condiment Dish - Only one dish to wash!

  • Mychelle Rucker

    Muffin Tin for condiments at a Party, or toppings for an ice cream bar - I think Texan Muffin Pans would be a better size. Link goes to 40 Life Hacks That Will Change Your Life

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