The second of our recipe series with photographer and cookbook author Gintare Marcel pairs our crisp white table linens with a wholesome roasted mushroom fettuccine recipe.
We believe everyone should have that go-to table setting which they can easily put together for any occasion. In the case of our hand embroidered table wear, we couldn’t think of any better pieces than our Buria Napkins and Placemats. Buria is the name given by the artisans to the circular embroidery stitch we’ve adapted from those found in many of their traditional pieces.
With just a touch of beige embroidered on the border, these pieces have just the right amount of added texture and color to be chosen for a casual or formal setting. What we also love about these pieces – you can alternate between paring the placemats and napkins together and simply using the napkins on their own for a cleaner look.
To complete the look we’ve used antique-gold toned cutlery which pairs well with the rustic look of the table, but these timeless linens fit well with most types of cutlery and table wear and can even be mixed and matched with some of our other designs. Add some woven coasters and some seasonal greens or flowers and your look is complete.
When we told Gintare that we were thinking of something delicious and wholesome that could be served up at any time of the year she came forward with a delicious roasted mushroom fettucine recipe. It takes just a few easy steps to create this fresh sauce which can be served with any kind of pasta!
Serves: 4, Preparation time: 30 minutes