North Star Caviar should be simply but elegantly served.
Carefully spoon ice-cold caviar into a decorative serving dish or nestle the entire open jar in a bed of crushed ice. Avoid using silver serving utensils. Connoisseurs use mother of pearl, ivory, gold, bone, or enamel utensils. If you are in the kitchen preparing hors d'oeuvres and have misplaced your caviar spoon, plastic can be used.
The best way to enjoy North Star Caviar is simply by itself. You may want to offer your guests crust-less plain toasts or blinis, and crème fraiche, a cultured whole cream. Whatever your choice, keep in mind that caviar should never be served with anything that might overwhelm its delicate flavor and texture. Caviar is an attractive garnish on petite new red potatoes, creamy breakfast egg dishes, salads, soups, vegetables, and specialty meats.
Ideally, caviar is stored at 28-30°F. An unopened jar of caviar can be kept in the coldest part of your refrigerator for several days while an opened jar is best used within two or three days.