The Perfect Platter is so easy to use.
All you have to do is prepare the hot/cold packs, assemble,
and the Perfect Platter is ready to use!
The Perfect Platter is made of 4 basic components
A. Tray Top
B. Hot/Cold Gel Packs
C. Insulated Liner Tray
This product is not sold in stores.
As seen on TV this product sold for $19.95 - $29.95.
This product is great for picnics and
holiday meals when food is left out for hours at a time.
Keep your food fresh and tasting GREAT with the Hot or Clod serving Tray !
Party Platter comes in 2 compartment !
Cold Food Storage Applications.
When using the Perfect Platter for keeping food cold, place the gel packs in your refrigerator freezer for at least 6 hours. Place packs on top of one another in a neat and orderly stack so they will freeze in a flat state. The gel packs must be flat when removed from the freezer and placed in the respective insulated tray compartments. If the packs are not flat you may have a problem locking the tray dish compartment top section to the bottom section with the gel packs in place. The gel packs must be flat for top and bottom assembly to go together properly. When pack is in a frozen state do not try and bend it, as this could possibly cause the skin pack to crack and leak. If packs are not flat when removed from freezer let stand on counter top until gel is not frozen, then place in tray bottom.
Hot Food Storage Applications.
Boiling Water, Method No. 1
Place gel packs in a container such as a metal pot or Pyrex glass bowl of appropriate size and pour boiling water over them and let stand for (4 ) minutes before removing and placing packs in the respective insulated tray compartments. Do not put packs in container of boiling water on stove with burner turned on. Do not touch packs after heating in boiling water. Use a pair of kitchen tongs, with no sharp edges, to remove from boiling water and place in the respective insulated bottom tray compartments. Your tray is now ready to use.
Microwave, Method No. 2
Place gel packs in a PYREX glass bowl of appropriate size and pour enough water in the bowl to cover the packs with at least one inch of water over the top of the top pack in the bowl. Set microwave to highest power setting and set timer to the appropriate time setting that will bring the water in the bowl to a boiling point for at least 2 minutes. Do not touch packs after heating in boiling water. Carefully remove bowl from microwave and with a pair of kitchen tongs, with no sharp edges, remove gel packs from boiling water and place in the respective insulated bottom tray compartments. Your tray is now ready to use.
Do not allow children to play with GEL PACKS
These packs are not toys and should be kept out of the reach of all children.
Do not put gel packs in a microwave without placing them first in a PYREX glass bowl in water as instructed in method number 2 above. Placing them directly in a microwave will cause the pack to expand and rupture, thus rendering the packs useless for future use.
Do not put gel packs in a conventional oven or toaster type oven. This will cause the plastic pack skin to melt and or the pack to possibly expand and then rupture, thus rendering the pack useless for future use.