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Issue No: 37: Farm-to-table holiday hosting
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Issue No: 37: Farm-to-table holiday hosting

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Hosting holiday celebrations is no small feat, so we brought in expert party planner and caterer Kristen Stacy, owner of Austin’s farm-to-fork catering company, Royal Fig, to help with prep and planning. She offers her best tips and tricks when it comes to pulling off a farm-to-table celebration that your guests will remember for years to come.

While you’re busy deciding this year’s menu, we suggest some of our favorite sustainable artisans from across the U.S. that deliver directly to your door —from a sustainably produced sparkling brut to cured meats made using old-world aging techniques.  

We also offer some of our favorite sides, desserts and drinks that will delight your guests, whether you’re the head host or just providing a helping hand.

Satisfy your cravings

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Retreat Foods’ mission is to help people reduce stress through healthy snacking. They take “food as medicine” a step further by adding a functional dose of healing herbs (adaptogens, including a variety of mushrooms) into nut butters. 

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