How to serve up your favorite dips and spreads for parade-day gatherings and Super Bowl parties
With four ceramic dishes for dips, spreads or nibbles; four serving utensils; and a special patent-pending slide-out design, this Acacia wood serving board is a clever way to present your favorite party fare.
Uncommon Goods, uncommongoods.com. Chef Sofi Acacia wood sliding cheese and snack board, $58.
You don’t have to retire your tried-and-true recipes. But you may want to mix in a few fresh, flavorful options for dips and salsas that might just become new favorites. This book by Mamie Fennimore includes over 100 recipes as well as done-for-you shopping lists.
Roux Royale, 600 Royal St., New Orleans, (504) 565-5272, shoprouxroyale.com. Salsas and Dips recipe book (soft cover) by Mamie Fennimore, $18.95.
This nifty server’s elevated dip bowl can be removed and chilled or warmed, depending on what you’re serving in it. It’s made of solid Nambé Alloy that adjusts to the desired temperature and keeps contents hot or cold while you entertain.
Judy at the Rink, 2727 Prytania St., New Orleans, (504) 891-7018, judyattherink.com. Harmony Acacia wood and Nambé Alloy chip & dip server, $99.
Heavy, break resistant, dishwasher safe, food safe, BPA and PABA free. As good as all that sounds, this leaf-shaped melamine triple dip-serving piece looks even better.
Adler’s, 722 Canal St., New Orleans, (504) 523-5292, adlersjewelry.com. Beatriz Ball Vida Lettuce luxury melamine triple dip dish, $57.
Designed exclusively for Terrain, this impressive marble and mango wood serving tray comes with a trio of marble bowls perfect for your favorite dips, chutneys and spreads.
Anthropologie, anthropologie.com. Terrain Marble + Wood Dip Trio Tray, $128.