Shuf­fle Boards

Martha Stewart Living - - Good Things -

The key to an ap­pe­tizer spread that looks as good at the end of cock­tail hour as it did at the st art is a clever board game. Pick up in­ex­pen­sive wooden plaques at a crafts store (the beveled edges are a nice touch), and brush them with lin­seed oil to seal the sur­faces. Then ar­range them like a gourmet puz­zle, keep­ing crunchy, st icky, and delect ably st inky items apart (a piece of parch­ment un­der­neath makes cleanup a Brie-ze). When the nuts are gone, whisk away the board, and keep play­ing un­til din­ner is served.

THE DE­TAILS: Darice as­sorted wooden plaques, from $ 9.50 for six 3.5"- by- 5.5"; and Wal­nut Hol­low wide- edge bass­wood rec­tan­gle, 11" by 14", $ 13, ama­zon.com.

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