Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

FEB 2019

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Page 36 of 132 W E C R E AT E S TA G E S T H AT C A N K E E P U P W I T H Y O U R S TA R S . Crafted from hammered aluminum, our beverage tubs bring a photogenic twist to happy hour or brunch. It's the affordable way to make that $8 "sparkling white" look like a $40 grand cru. © 2019 American Metalcraft Inc. plating strategy. "We need a serving vessel that can stand up to that and complement the dish really well." Though some may consider 17 Summer a fine-dining restaurant, Cuccia says she and her brother strive for a more approachable space, so they're cognizant of how that comes across on the plate. They swap the polished silverware for more matte, hammered stainless steel forks and knives with weight; skip the tablecloth in favor of bare wood; and reach for marble plates to add a pop to home- made pasta dishes. She even keeps a few extra tabletop pieces, such as wooden boards and larger plates, specifically to take Instagram shots in Insgm Has Instagram: @anc_chefdrew @kincaidgrill Color contrast: Plates in pastels offer a brighter backdrop for a white-hued Alaskan halibut and coconut rice dish at Kincaid Grill in Anchorage, Alaska.

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