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Can little china tea cups make it through a freezer for an hour and a half?
I found a beautiful recipe on marthastewart.com and it had a frozen desert in a tea cup. I have very tiny yet high quality tea cups and was wondering if it should be safe.
Thanks for the input.
also: on the website they had been frozen in the teacup.
That's OK,but don't place them close to anything hot while they are frozen
Plastic Cups For Children Party And Special Occasions
Kids are known to be clumsy and tend to break everything they can grab. Well, as they say, they're just kids and they still don't know what they are doing so we can't really blame them. But there's one solution, why not use an unbreakable plastic cups? Or even better, a disposable plastic cups, just like the one used in businesses like fast food chain and coffee shops. Unlike porcelain tea cups, plastic have flexible characteristics and they are tough, it won't easily break just by drooping it on the floor, so it is perfectly safe for kids and toddlers to drink from. You can buy them in different vibrant colors and design that kids will surely love. There are two types of plastic tea cups, one is the reusable and the other one is the throw-away or disposable type. Reusable plastic cups have thick body and usually dishwasher safe and can easily fit on the top rack of most dishwashers. Use it to serve fresh milk and cold fruit drinks for your children. If they drop it, the only thing will happen is probably some scratches which can be easily camouflaged if you have textured plastic cup. For catering children party you might want to try the personalized plastic cups, you can actually customized them and put some message or the name of the celebrant. You can also put some logo if you want, use it as a give-away party gift to make it memorable. When you purchase a personalized plastic cup, a sticker with text and graphics design is already included, you can use it to decorate the plastic cup.
The other type of plastic cup that you can use for your kid's party is the throw-away or disposable plastic cups. Unlike reusable plastic cups it has thin walls, and only good for single use. The good thing about it is that, when your guests are done drinking with it, they can just throw them away to the trash can. No need to do the dreaded task of washing them, so you can do other important job and rest early. They are best for serving cold beverages like fruit juice, soda, fruit shake and more. You can also use them to serve hot drinks, but not all plastic cup are designed for use in hot drinks, most of the time they're not. So if you plan to use them for hot drinks you should check the specification first to avoid it from melting or deforming and burn the user. These cups are also affordable, so they are ideal for occasions with many guests. You can get them even cheaper if you buy them in large quantity or wholesale.
Disposable plastic cups are not only good for children's party but you can also use them for any kind of party, or if you are going for a picnic at the park or if you are having a barbeque party with your friends in your backyard. You can also use then in emergency cases where there's no supply of water to wash your dishes. Use it together with other plastic utensils like plastic plate, spoon and fork.
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Bone China tea cups with picture of lady on bootom, What is it?
Need help with some bone china that i have been given.
Its a full tea set in brown, gold and white.
When the tea vups are held up to the light you can see the head of a asian lady.
The tea pot has lucky stamped on the bottom.
What make is and wheres it from?
20thCentury Taisho Eggshell Kutani Lithopane, Japanese. The Lithopane is referring to the picture in the botton of the cups and jugs. I think I must have a similar set to you. My mother in law lived in japan for 8 yrs after the war and this was one of the beautiful china sets she brought home to Australia.
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