Hosting The Hygge Way – Judge Marble & Slate Platters

Hosting a craft evening each week is great fun, but sometimes you find yourself thinking, what on earth am I going to cook. Sometimes it’s a full on dinner affair and others it’s light snacks.

For those moments when it’s all about nibble food my Judge Marble & Slate Platters are my go to. I find them so easy to use and it saves many plates and extras washing up! The marble is great for the more messy and crumbly types, I prefer to use this for hot food as well because it’s so thick and heavy, it can take it.


For other nibbly bits like cheeses and breads, I opt for the slate platter. It sits nicely in a wooden frame and is easy to use.

For the evening it called for some comfort food, who can resist roasted chicken, parimentier potatoes and roasted garlic broccoli? All made so easily using the Judge Sizzle and serve range. This could not be any easier to use. Simply put the black sizzler into the over or on the hob with said ingredients. Once ready, remove carefully from the oven or hub and rest on the wooden platform, serve straight away.


It all looks so yummy! I can’t wait to plan my next cheese and wine night and give this a try, I think the judge sizzle and serve could be brilliant for a cheese fondue style meal?

What do you think?
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