This is an easy tutorial on How to Make an Antipasto Board Table Runner.
This is an easy tutorial on How to Make an a beautiful Antipasto Board Table Runner. Impress your friends and guests with this beautiful display of your favorite Antipasto foods as it runs down the center of your table on your homemade board.
“Friends are therapists you can drink with.”
In the beginning, I was terrified to start a food blog.
A blog puts yourself out there for the whole world to see. I would think to myself, “What if no one goes to my blog? What if they hate my pictures? What if they hate my recipes? What if I fail?” And if I fail, all the people I know will watch me fail. As a half-hearted introvert, this was a difficult hurdle for me to overcome.
It was my husband’s and friends’ encouragement that pushed me forward to take that big leap. It was their little whispers of “Great job!” or “I love those pictures!” or “This dish is incredible, when does it go on the blog?” That kept me going. Their support has been endearing and it is so special to share my journey of blogging growth with them.
I am by no means a BIG TIME blogger, but I am no longer a small little jelly bean. I am doing what I love every day. I am learning something new every day. I am utilizing my talents in a way that full fills me. And while I am not making it rich, I am happy.
For that, I wanted to raise my wine glass to send out a toast to my husband and friends for all of their support that has led me to where I am. THANK YOU! xoxo
“The best wines are shared with friends.”
One of my favorite things in the world to do is eat good food and drink good wine with my friends. One of my closest friends, Angie, loves to nibble on a bunch of different foods instead of eating one dish. So when she comes over, we are typically opening a bottle of wine and I am putting out a bunch of different cheeses, meats, and homemade dips. Then I thought to myself, wouldn’t it be cool to make antipasto table runner for all of my friends to gather at the table around?
You can also go to a local lumber store and they can cut it to the exact size you want.
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You can watch the complete tutorial here:
Once you make your board, fill it with nuts, cheese, meats, fruit, pickles, olives, dips, crackers, etc…. Have fun with it.
BUT DON’T FORGET THE WINE!
I paired the lovely Wente Vineyards Morning Fog Chardonnay and Wente Vineyards Riva Ranch Chardonnay with some of my favorite antipasto foods and invited my friends over. The perk to being a friend of a food blogger is you will eat and drink well!
“Friends bring happiness into your life. Best Friends bring wine.”
My friends loved the Antipasto Board Table Runner and the Wente Vineyards Chardonnay. The Wente Vineyards Riva Ranch was smooth and balanced with notes of lemon, apple, and vanilla. The Wente Vineyards Morning Fog is full bodied with hints of oak, apple, and honey. I highly recommend both bottles for entertaining!
“Wine flies when you are having fun.”
Cheers to you and your friendships. I hope they are as amazing and supportive as mine are. xoxo #LoveoftheJourney
“If you combine wine and dinner, the new word is winner.”