Word Wednesday – “Trivet”

Word Wednesday

• “Trivet” is my word for WordWednesday


• Noun: A small metal, wood, porcelain plate that can flat or have short legs to put under a hot kettle, pot, platter, or dish to protect a (dining) table. It also can be a three-footed or
three-legged stand or support made of iron to place over a fire to support cooking pots.


• Pronunciation – Trivit


• I always use a “Trivet” under a hot dish when serving dinner.

Closing Question

• This turkey “Trivet” would be perfect to use at a Thanksgiving holiday dinner table.

Wishing you and yours a Healthy, Safe, and Happy Thanksgiving!


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