LA Culinary All Star Holiday Grazing Board
FOUR LA HOMETOWN CULINARY ALL STARS.
ONE UNFORGETTABLE HOLIDAY GRAZING BOARD.
By Lady & Larder, The Bad Jew, Bread Head, and Highly Likely
The holidays are for spending time with loved ones. Shared moments, meals, memories. And a well constructed grazing board is the ideal food for sharing.
This year, whether you're hosting or just wanting to make your holidays extra special, be the star of your holiday party with the gorgeous LA All Star Holiday Grazing board, featuring a first taste of Rebecca King The Bad Jew's FATÉ, a delectable porkstrami rillette, bread by sandwich phenom Bread Head, and a sweet, funky prune mostarda by chef Kat Turner of Highly Likely, brought together by the legends at Lady & Larder.
This board is a stunner french-style meal for two people or appetizer portion for 4 people. Add a bottle of wine for $45 and really make it a party.
The FATÉ is The Bad Jew’s newest invention: a decadent spreadable “porkstrami rillette” that is as decadent as it is delicious.
WHAT: LA All Star Holiday Grazing Board feat. Rebecca King, Bread Head, & Kat Turner
WHEN: pickups Friday 12/16 and Saturday 12/17 from 3:00 - 6:00 PM
WHERE: Lady & Larder, 828 Pico Blvd Suite 2, Santa Monica, CA 90405
*Items not picked up cannot be refunded
About Sarah Simms:
Sarah Simms is the chef and co-founder of Los Angeles cheese shop , Lady & Larder, which she founded together with her twin sister, Boo Simms in 2016. Sarah was raised with the notion that the dinner table was a sacred place and today, maintains that the only thing bigger than her love of food is her love of sharing it with others. Over the past 15+ years she has developed a profound respect for American-made, seasonal ingredients and a deep appreciation for the role beautiful food plays in creating moments for people to connect and enjoy time together. Lady & Larder has become the go-to for Southern Californians looking to celebrate and entertain with their artistry and memorable cheese, cured meat and crudité displays. Recently, their work has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, Oprah Magazine, New York Times, Forbes and Los Angeles Magazine. They offer workshops, private classes and seasonal, curated gift baskets and cheese board kits, available for shipping, nationwide. Their full-service brick and mortar cheese and wine shop is located in Santa Monica, California. For more info, visit ladyandlarder.com / @ladyandlarder
About Rebecca King
After moving to Los Angeles to pursue a career in commercial real estate, The Bad Jew chef and owner Rebecca King fell into the world of restaurants, farmers markets, and home-kitchen experimentation. She soon ditched her office job to stage at restaurants around the city. During a stint at Birdie G’s she came up with her very unkosher deli concept celebrating fire and fermentation and The Bad Jew was born. You can now find Rebecca brining and pit-smoking her famous porkstrami at events and pop-ups city wide.
About Bread Head:
Longtime friends Chefs Alex Williams and Jordan Snyder first met while running one of LA’s finest kitchens, Michelin star-rated, Trois Mec. Among many things, they shared an appreciation for the art of the sandwich and set out to build one that was simple yet refined.
They started by crafting their own homemade bread. Next they sourced the best products from around the world while adding purposeful ingredients that work together in concert, taking into account not only flavor but also texture and aroma.
About Kat Turner:
Highly Likely Cafe, located in the West Adams neighborhood of Los Angeles has created an all-day community-driven gathering space serving great food, awesome coffee, and natural wine. Sourcing from sustainable and local vendors, their goal is to serve the neighborhood delicious food, drinks, and vibes 7 days a week. After 10 years of traveling around the globe as a private chef, Kat Turner is forever on a mission to provide guests with a menu that emphasizes freshness and comfort, while giving them the sense that they are experiencing something new and unique.