Pick Your Platter:
The Franklin Walnut Cutting Board
Constructed from solid black walnut wood, use one side to prep and the other side to serve your cheeses.
The Aldo Marble Serving Board
The wooden handle and beveled edge give an elegant touch. Conveniently, the marble surface will keep your cheeses at an ideal temperature to enjoy.
The Artist Palette Serving Tray
Made of sturdy ceramic and dishwasher safe. Make your cheese plate a real work of art.
Have you been looking for a creative new way to present an Easter basket? We can’t think of a better way to give someone a little Easter cheer than with one of our beautiful Pamela colanders.
Start the New Year with a sweet and tart cocktail.
It’s time to say goodbye to 2017. Every year is full of ups and downs, rosy memories and lessons learned. We like to send things off in style and, for us, that means Champagne. The Midnight Kiss cocktail is a palate-pleasing blend of bright cranberry juice, aromatic Gin, and, of course, classic bubbly (try swapping in pomegranate juice if you want to get extra fancy). When choosing your Gin, go for something lighter on juniper and heavier on fruit like Bols Genever or Nolet’s.
No colors bring to mind this festive time of year better than red and green. We’ve put a sophisticated twist on the classic Christmas color palette with this table setting. A rich burgundy, instead of Santa-suit red, is paired with lush greenery and metallic accents. Thanks to the calligraphy-style menus and place cards, the table’s overall look captures a casual yet elegant feeling. Guests will be in the holiday spirit from the moment they sit down!
A cozy comforting meal to serve a crowd.
So, you just got a brand new, shiny Staub Cocotte. Time to throw a dinner party! This one-pot meal is sure to please the whole crowd. We paired lean and flavorful pork tenderloin with roasted apples and root vegetables for a fabulous fall dish. Browning is a breeze on the signature enameled cooking surface. Plus, the self-basting lid ensures meat stays tender while vegetables cook through. Best of all, Staub cookware goes straight from stovetop to oven to table in classic French style. Check out the recipe, write your guest list, and get cooking!
How to set the perfect table at your next dinner party.
Sharing a meal with friends and family is one of the best ways to make new memories together. But hosting a dinner can be intimidating, even for a seasoned home cook. You can whip up an amazing and delicious roast, but how do you set the table to equal its elegance? Don’t let all of those serving pieces leave you flustered when you should be enjoying the evening! We’ve pulled together the top, must-have serving pieces for any host who loves to entertain. Plus, some clever tips for getting the most mileage out of those beautiful bowls and pretty platters.