It’s that time of the year! The annual What’s Gaby Cooking holiday party happened this week and it was loaded to the brim with all the things!
Charcuterie and cheese boards, the most gorgeous crudite platter of all times, and all sorts of seasonal winter fruit. It was perfect. I gathered my nearest and dearest with the help of Capital One® Savor card and celebrated another incredible year at What’s Gaby Cooking!
If you tuned into my insta-story on Monday night, you know that Capital One helped make this party a little bit sweeter! They have launched the Savor card, a new credit card that rewards customers 3% for dining purchases, 2% for grocery purchases and 1% for all other purchases – and if you, like me, spend a small fortune on putting together cheese boards for a living, this card is a great option!
The Savor card was designed to be centered around helping people come together to create memorable food moments, which is exactly what the What’s Gaby Cooking motto is! So scroll through the photos from the party and get some inspiration for any last minute holiday or new year’s eve parties you might be hosting in the next 2 weeks! Below you’ll also find a list of everything needed for each board. Feel free to get jazzy and mix and match different fruits, cheeses, nuts, crackers, or dips. Anything works when you present it in this way! And while I couldn’t invite all of you guys to my party, I just want you all to know how thankful I am for each and every one of you. Seeing my recipes in your kitchens, on your social media platforms and hearing stories in person makes me so happy… so THANK YOU!
For the Cheese Board:
- 3-4 kinds of cheese
- 3-4 kinds of charcuterie
- dried fruit
For the Crudite Board
For the Fruit Board:
- Tangerines / Mandarines
- Mini Apples
And…. if you’re in the market for a new credit card, the Savor card is kinda amazing. You’ll get a one-time $150 bonus once you spend $500 on purchases within the first 3 months from the account opening! And let’s be honest, that’s not hard to do when you’re making cheese boards on the regular!