FOOD + DRINK, FOOD presentation | July 11, 2010

Three Food Presentations in Wood Platters

wood party platters by jme and pork shoulder recipe by Chef Peter Hoffman of Savoy

It is probably the sense of comfort that emerges from the wooden tray platters that captures our senses. But whatever is the reason, I know that I have a hard time to resist to pictures like those. Take the party platter of the JME collection. Or how appetizing is the roast pork shoulder served with a garlicky cilantro sauce and grilled summer vegetables?  You can find this recipe by chef Peter Hoffman of NY restaurant Savoy on Saveur.com. It was first published on page 113 of Saveur, June-July 2010 issue.

cheese and pate platter served on a wooden board :: as seen on simply photo

Jen of Simply Photo captured one of the most delightful cheese and pate platters. She photographed it when she ate at Cafe, the restaurant of the Terrain at Styer’s of Glen Mills, PA. You can buy online their artisan bark boards, in a small or a large format.

SOURCING:
+ Party platter and bowl set by JME £20
+ Pork Shoulder with Summer Vegetables recipe – photo by Todd Coleman for Saveur
+ Large Ash Bark Cutting Board $32 at Terrain – photo by Simply Photo

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6 Responses to “Three Food Presentations in Wood Platters”

  1. Eye Candy and a recipe while I show three Food Presentations in Wood Platters  | At Home with Kim Vallee http://kim.tl/cbip7p

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  2. I LOVE these, I have a heart shaped platter I love to use… all of this food looks delicious as well… making me hungry!

  3. That cheese tray is beautiful and I agree, wood is warming to the soul.

  4. These are beautiful! Wood adds such a great look to any platter of food – and its a great way to present them. Thanks for the idea!

  5. We love the cheese plate.

  6. What delicious looking food! Love the presentation on wood platters! Great idea — thanks for sharing :)

  7. Wood platters are so welcoming and natural, they also allow the food to shine!
    The last one just might be my favorite!