Host Cookbook & Walnut Cutting Board
Pull off a party.
We all dream of being the effortless host (think Martha Stewart). Inch a step closer with Host, a handbook that makes feeding friends a lot less scary. With 4 seasonal menus dispersed among dozens of recipes, this is real-people entertaining. From the 10 bottles of booze you need for your at-home bar to the platters to have on hand, to how to build a cheese board, Host sets you up for a wildly successful dinner, brunch, or grill-out.
The recipes keep gathering in mind—ones that allow you to be part of the party, instead of stuck in the kitchen. The spring brings Tomahawk Rib-Eye Steaks with Charred-Ramp Chimichurri on the grill, Spicy Mustard Green with Roasted Carrots and Buttermilk Dressing, and a fresh cocktail with cucumber, lime, and mint. Summer sings with Diver Scallops with Charred Sweet Corn and Peach and Blueberry Cobbler. Fall has all manner of things roasty, maple-y, and whiskey based. And Winter is all about cozy brunch dishes like Slow-Cooked Eggs with Aged Cheddar. Get those invites out—your next party is gonna be a hit.
The Walnut Serving Board is the perfect starter piece for the aspiring host—begging for a roast, hunks of cheese, or delicately-topped crostini. It’s a space-saver, too: it also works as a cutting board. You can get the board or the book on their own, or get both in a gift set!
- Length: 240 Pages
- Author: Eric Prum and Josh Williams
Gift set includes (1) Host cookbook and (1) Walnut Board.
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