As featured in Style Blueprint, holiday graze boards and tables are perfect for small or large gatherings, especially for the upcoming holiday season. Whether you’re hosting for a few, or many, graze boards and grazing tables are fitting for any occasion.
Graze boards and grazing tables can be themed. Whether it’s brunch, holiday, snacks or sweet treats the ideas and options are endless! Check out a few of our grazing tables here.
Article excerpt from Style Blueprint – ‘Table & Thyme was the first catering company in town to take the idea of a grazing board and really blow it out. After seeing a trend of grazing tables in Australia and loving the idea, it quickly became their signature offering, with the company creating massive grazing boards for weddings, parties and more. Their grazing boards typically include a host of different charcuterie items, appetizers, and wine pairings, if desired.
“Grazing tables are a great way to feed small or large groups and many different palates — from vegans, carnivores, vegetarians, gluten intolerant, children and more,” says Aurrie Hicks of Table & Thyme.
The caterer looks at each grazing table as a blank slate that allows them to exercise their creativity in a beautiful way. No two grazing tables are ever the same. Aurrie says don’t be afraid to “paint outside the lines,” meaning it’s okay to be different.
Table & Thyme exclusively uses a Birmingham-based company, American Butcher Meats, to supply their cured meats. One of their favorite unique elements to include on the table is homemade chocolate chip cookies. The company also hosts graze board classes for groups and individuals and offers “Graze on the Go” — smaller, to-go charcuterie boxes.
For the full Style Blueprint article, click here that was written by Julia Sayers Gokhale. Julia Sayers Gokhale is a freelance lifestyle writer and editor. She previously was editor-in-chief of Birmingham Magazine.