We recently shared how to make a delicious charcuterie board. A key piece to creating a beautiful spread is the platter. So, we gathered some of our faves that won’t break the bank. A wooden board is always a classic, but you can also mix things up with slate, marble, iron and porcelain. Happy shopping!
Charcute-what? Charcuterie (SHärˈko͞odərē) is a delicatessen-style cured meat with origins in French cuisine, including favorites like ham, bacon, sausage, and pâté. Charcuterie is most often served with breads, cheeses, fruits, and pickled vegetables, creating an elegant party starter. Charcuterie boards are perfect platters for your get-together because you can make them ahead of time (read: […]
This month we catered the AON client appreciation party at the stately Gerald R. Ford Museum. The menu was a mix of southeast Asian and Mediterranean fare. Servers passed spring rolls and crispy shrimp shooters while guests sipped the evening’s drink-of-choice, a Singapore Sling. This gin-based cocktail is a heady concoction of citrus and cherry—flavors that […]
Looking for Valentine’s Day plans with your date? Rather than going through the stress of trying to score reservations at an over-crowded restaurant, cuddle up at home (the snow isn’t stopping anytime soon) and cook a meal together. Our chef, Janell, recommends this classic risotto recipe as the perfect romantic dinner for two. Risotto may […]