Chinese Take-out Votive Holder
Super-cute frosted glass votive holder.
While this fantastic candle holder doesn't come with General Tso's chicken, it does come with an extra side of frosted ambience.
The manufacturers have created a chic replica of this common item that simply begs to be used, touched, and inspected. It's just so darned cool.
We just wish it came with some beef with broccoli that we could reheat on Sunday night.
Features & specs:
- Dimensions: 4" tall x 2.5" wide x 2.5" deep
- Candle not included
Chinese Take-out Votive and Tealight Holder
Frosted glass design turns the common into the chic
Many of us may think of two-week old Chinese food when we mention "chinese take-out box". However, these Chinese Take-out Votive and Tealight Holders avoid conjuring up such thoughts (and smells)!
Did you know?
- General Tso's chicken (approximate pronunciation is "zwoh") is named after a famous Qing dynasty general (Zuo Zongtang 1812-1885). Whether or not Zuo actually tasted the dish is unknown. The biggest mystery to us, however, is why the dish is named "Tso" and the guy's name is "Zuo".
- Fortune cookies are an American innovation. They've become so popular that some traditional Chinese restaurants serve them at the end of meals.
- The "Pu Pu Platter" must be the worst name for a dish ever created. I guess that's not really a "Did you know" type of thing, but seriously, that's like naming a dish "Smelly Feet Fondue" and then expecting people to order it. Gross.
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