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Setting The Table: How to Leave No Fingerprints on Tableware

Multi Cultural Cooking Network

I was watching a friend set the table when I noticed she was using gloves.   You know, the type ladies would wear back in the day at tea IMGA0001parties and elsewhere.  If you have grandma’s gloves, discover a new use for them.    In our germ-a-phobic society the idea of using gloves to handle your plates, glasses and silverware when will be a big hit.  Meanwhile there will be no fingerprints.  -Crystal Johnson, Multiculturalcookingnetwork.com Editor

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