What’s that fabulous looking food over on my neighbour’s plate? Now you can just give it a try yourself! Food sharing is the latest trend. And it’s evident in every section of society. Whether it’s vegan snacks or exquisite apéro morsels at exclusive restaurants – food sharing is everywhere.
SHARING THE MOMENT
Shared enjoyment of fine food in a social setting is a firm part of the dining culture in many countries: for instance, in Russia it is customary for most dishes to be served simultaneously and placed in the centre of the table. Sharing is also commonplace in Spanish cuisine, with delicious tapas served up in little bowls. The Dutch have their “borrelhapjes” and the Italians have antipasti. Elegant porcelain ensures these tasty items also leave a lasting visual impression, emphasising the individuality of the dishes and putting them centre stage. With FOOD SHARING, the table is resplendent with an array of delicious dishes beautifully presented in different, highly versatile porcelain articles.
“Food is the world’s largest social network. Not Facebook”
(Spanish chef and restaurant owner)
Long tables and the revival of generous bowls and platters facilitate conviviality, social interaction and a shared delight in culinary treats. These colourfully thrown-together items give a sense of familiar love and security.