Gourmet Game Night Shop
While the recipes in the cookbook serve as a pretty solid foundation for helping you throw great game-night dinner parties, the serving pieces you use to serve said recipes go far to help make eating those treats as mess-free, clean-finger as possible. Picks, skewers, espresso cups, shot glasses, porcelain spoons—if you have at least a few of these things on hand, you’ll be ready to have a great game party in no time flat.
You’ll see that this links below take you to a variety of different retailers, not so much to endorse each retailer for that specific product but to show you (a) an example of items that I think work great for game-night entertaining and (b) an idea of the types of shops that carry those items. Also check out restaurant supply stores and cash-and-carry stores in your area. They carry many glasses, dishes, serving pieces in large volumes (i.e. low per-item prices), if not in the most colorful array of styles. But that’s how I came by my 2-dozen-count box of cordial glasses used to serve many soups and other dishes in the book.