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This vintage Triumph Chafing Dish finally made it in the mail today!
I believe it was made by MPD in the 70's for a Triumph 650, as that is stamped in the inner (bowl) side. Unlike the factory Triumph Chafing Dish, the fins on this one are reputed to hold the heat substantially better, using less sterno to maintain a more constant temperature for dipping sauces such as chocolate. All that it is missing is the 8 small diameter legs and the two larger diameter ones, I will probably use stainless bolts to make those. If I can really hustle tonight, it will be strawberries dipped in chocolate fondue tomorrow for desert!

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Also included were a pair of large finned sterno holders, a twin port bubbler to keep the sauces circulating to avoid edge congealing, and alas, just a single finned sterno lid.

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Stop watching Master Chef.......it is ruining your perspective!!!!!

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I ain't no damn chef! My personal record is 250 plates served in 8 hours- solo. Set at least twice as a lowly cook. That's one plate of food every 2 minutes for 8 hours straight with only these two hands in the kitchen! The boss man made quite sure, however, that EVERYONE stayed the hell out of my way. Good, solid working man's plate, not the foo-foo stuff of Bobby Jim Joe Flayed or Gordo Rumhead!

But I digress..... On a lighter note, stay tuned for the next exciting episode of Cooks On Wheels where you will learn the best places on a Chevy or Ford v-8 to cook that sirloin to a perfect medium rare at 60 miles per hour!

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If you fit a bottom plate to the exhaust clamps they make dandy ashtrays.


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How much does that finned monstrosity primary cover WEIGH?

Why add extra weight to a bike just for "fashon's sake?'


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