Pass the rolls, please. Wait, there’s no need with a lazy susan! A rotating pedestal at the center of the table is an efficient way to house so many dinnertime accouterments.
Barbequing outdoors? Place an outdoor lazy susan at the center of a patio or picnic table and stock it full of all the grilling fixings—ketchup, mustard and the like. Ordered pizza instead? Switch out condiments for freshly grated cheese, and maybe a few napkins. A metal lazy susan will look beautiful outside (and can standup to the elements), but to take the design inside, opt instead for wood.
A wooden turntable is perfect for entertaining company—every course of the meal. During appetizers, bring it to the living room. Rotating a platter can mean less mess when reaching for delicious dip. Come mealtime, transport the rotating disc to the dining room table. Create a beautiful centerpiece that can be appreciated from all angles as it turns. Around the outskirts of the arrangement, place small side dishes to be within easy reach of guests. Change out sides for small sweets come dessert time, for a delicious aroma as the wheel revolves.
Deck out a lazy susan with bread and butter, side dishes of vegetables or toppings like gravy. That will make items easy to reach with one smooth rotation, although it can be just as helpful before food even hits the table. During cooking preparation, easily access favorite spices and cooking materials like olive oil—with a plastic turntable strategically placed in the cabinet.
Pick up a rotating tray today, at Macy’s, and let your mind spin with the endless useful possibilities.