Cass Morris talks about how to plate food
1. When hosting a casual party, prepare a grazing table for guests to help themselves to throughout the evening.
2. Cheeses, cured meats, fresh fruit, olives, quince paste, honeycomb and different breads are ideal as they last well and give guests a good variety of options. It all pairs well with wine too!
3. A more formal sit down dinner is still a good occasion for shareable food - share plates help encourage conversation amongst guests.
4. Use beautiful crockery and set each person’s place to make the occasion feel more special.
5. Place serving bowls and dishes in the centre of the table so guests can help themselves (and each other!)