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Ferrick Mason in Manhattan

I was asked to do the canapé for the reception of Ferrick Mason's new line of textiles that was hosted by Blair Voltz Clarke and Studio Four NYC.


On the Menu:

Cheese and charcuterie platters from Murray's 

Asian salmon tartare on sesame corn chips

BLT bites

Tabbouli on endive

Macarons from Little Brown


Photos from the event:


Ferrick Mason specializes in hand silk screened textiles that are

printed in LA using Belgian linen and cotton.




BLT bites were the hit of the evening




Guests enjoying canapé, champagne and beautiful prints!





Asian salmon tartare-- I use really good Pacific wild caught salmon that runs at $35/lb. for this tartare. Ginger, sesame oil, tamari, scallions, chives and black sesame all make for great flavor! This dish is completely gluten free, hence the use of tamari, not soy sauce.




table layout as seen on Ferrick




I like to leave a business card with a treat attached for guests at the events I do.

That evening I left salted caramels by the elevator!


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Oh my, Jessica! I would have loved to try your Asian salmon tartare canapes and the BLT bites! The group that ran the Bertolli promotion in NYC was the Zocalo Group out of Chicago. If they host another event in the future I'll let you know --I'd love to meet you!

September 29, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterPat

Hi!! Thanks for coming by to visit!! Everything looks so incredibly yummy here!! Love the salted caramels with cards. What a great idea. You asked about photos...I actually just use iphoto (mac) and change the size of the photos to 800 px and 72 DPI, which makes them still look good online but easier to load up. I use Adobe photoshop for my header, but otherwise only if I'm trying to do something that needs to be higher quality. I hope that helps!!

October 1, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAnita

Salted caramels! Why wasn't I invited? It all looks amazing!

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