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Thursday, October 15

Let The Festive Time Begin!


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The House Of Things, collectors, curators and purveyors of all things beautiful have grown by leaps and bounds since the last time I waxed eloquent about them on An Indian Summer. There is a gorgeous post coming up to showcase their seen and yet-unseen new collections, and to whet your appetites, here is a fabulous giveaway! Open for readers across the world, The House Of Things would like to kick start the festive season here in India, with sending this lovely handcrafted black marble platter along with two marble bowls to one very lucky An Indian Summer reader! And this is how you enter the giveaway:

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~ To enter ~

Leave a comment here [on facebook] and/or on this post telling the good people over at The House Of Things, "What would you serve on this platter"

And that's it! Remember, this is open for readers worldwide and the winner will be declared on facebook on Wednesday - October 21st! 

Happy Festive Time, my lovelies! 
I love this time of the year :)




14 comments:

Indrojit said...

a meal of soup, finger food and dip; oven fresh warm bread and a dip of garlic, rosemary and tomatoes; a cheese and fruit platter along with a glass of wine or perhaps a candle and fresh flowers

Anonymous said...

Would serve some cheeses, honey and almonds on this beauty!

Su said...

I would love to serve cheese on that platter!

bhumika said...

I'd like to juxtapose the colour and solid surface of the platter with light, colourful and transparent Vietnamese spring rolls with a dip to go - served with a whole lot of love.

Clara Gomes said...

I will use it alternatively to serve fresh Fruits: Strawberries, cherries, Apple, sometimes, fresh veggies: Lettuce, cherry tomatoes, Jalapeno and other veggies and drizzle some olive oil over them, occasionally I will use it to serve Pizza as well. Moral: No matter what I am having I will always flatter this lovely piece..:D

Lotus Hues said...

Such a beautiful set... i would love to serve hot hot puris with yummy potato curry and few pickles in those small bowls to go with it..:-)

JAG said...

I would serve Rice Ghavan on the platter (a Maharashtrian rice pancake/dosa from the Konkan region), with a fresh coconut chutney made in the pestle and a sweet jaggery and coconut condiment and ghee or sweet coconut milk in the small bowls.

Peelirohini said...

I would love to serve hot parathas or dosas straight from the stove on this:) those biwls would be oerfect for chutneys and dips..can be used as a cheese and fruit platter ofcourse ! But if its mine, mostly would use it as a decor prop, a small brass sculpture and a tiny tealight on the marble platter and some luscious golden yellow/red marigolds in the bowls marigolds in the bowl!! Heaven!!

Aastha Mehta said...

would make an amazing cheese platter with some grapes, olives, and crusty bread! yum!

Hannah Mack said...

Ooh, I would love to serve an arrangement of fruit on that beautiful platter!

Divya Dugar said...

A platter like this perfect for food styling and to take these Oh so gorgerous pictures of anything served on it. It is extremely versatile to use from serving a Lemon sponge cake to quinoa patties with Coriander dip. It does look very vintage.. so I would be using it from figs to cheese to Indian snacks.. Cant wait to get my hands on it..

James Adcock said...

I regular top blog readers, and your blog is in my one of top blog reading list, I really love and like reading your blogs! And I really liked this post as well..  All the best keep writing.

Bhavana said...

That is a gorgeous platter. Anything you serve on it, will immediately be transformed to classy. I see myself serving bruschetta. The bowls seem perfect to hold different toppings.

Kim said...

Cheeses! And apple slices of different varieties :)

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