Fun Cooking: A Creative Way to Serve Condiments

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Photo by: Kang Kim

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We think this cookout idea is a stroke of genius. Serve condiments in new mini paint pails (foodsafe), with pastry brushes for spreading ( pails, $4 each, containerstore.com; brushes, $3 each, norprowebstore.com). The brushes give you better coverage than a typical squeeze bottle — all the more reason to step up your condiments, too: Try our homemade ketchup.

(Photograph by Kang Kim)
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