Simple yet useful, this personal butter dish can help guests avoid the "boarder-house stretch" across the table for butter.
I don't know many people who like a guessing game when it comes to what they're eating. A tabletop serveware that doubles as a menu is not only unique, but also less work for the host.
Cream whippers, like this one with N₂O chargers, are so fun. You know they do so much more than whip cream, right? They're great for cheeses and sauces, as well, and they will evoke "oohs" and "ahhs" for sure.
Every kitchen needs a roaster. Whether cooking a turkey, crown roast, or potatoes and vegetables, it is a go-to pan.
These versatile charger plates are festive but aren't tied to one holiday.
Name cards are a wonderful touch but often take up valuable space on a table. Not these!
Having a great meal is brought to a whole new level when presented in a beautiful dish. I love the whimsical base and glass bowl that shows off the food.
As the seasons change, so do the leaves. These platters can move with the moon, working fall through winter. Different from other leaf presentations, the silver doesn't pigeonhole the platters to the fall months.
I used to have a fear of food getting cold before getting to the guests. Timing isn't always on my side, but warming trays have been my lifesaver multiple times.
I have never been a fan of large, clunky chip and dip bowls. This sleek, modern version is not only a head turner, but also a great space saver.
I love these Wüsthof precision-cut knives. They're striking, and they save me from serving a perfectly prepared piece of meat with dull, mismatched knives.
Whether at intimate cocktail parties or large family gatherings, there never seems to be enough counter space. Folding tray tables are sturdy, useful, easy to move and simple to store.
In the interest of time, this presentation stand does double duty. It is the perfect greeter of guests offering hors d'oeuvres to start. Then it can close out the evening with a display of sweet treats.
I don't like to show up to a party empty-handed. I am a fan of this elegant wine caddy because it is a classy way to share a favorite Sauvignon Blanc or Merlot.
As the queen of mismatched items, I leave all the misfit bowls and spoons in the cabinet. Instead, I present delicious dips in an elegant way that is sure to add to the conversation.
Beautiful linens complete the look of a room. Table runners bring something special to each season and holiday without being overzealous.
Candles welcome guests to a home. These not only create an inviting ambiance, but also offer a warm glow.
As a hostess, I want to be sure to protect my perfectly chosen outfit. An elegant apron ties it all together.
Impress your guests by acting as the house sommelier. Rather than a counter full of bottles, a decanter will present well while allowing the wine to breathe.
Long gone are the days of plastic salad tongs. Whether alone or with guests, every salad deserves to travel from bowl to plate in style.