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Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Charcuterie - Cheese Board


Charcuterie (pronounced "shahr-ku-tuh-ree") is the art of preparing and assembling cured meats and other meat products. But, many people use the term charcuterie to refer to an assortment of meats that are paired with different accompaniments, such as toast, fruit, cheese, and sauces. OR an over the top cheese board. 

I made this in less than an hour - during Christmas madness. I wanted the hors d'oeuvres on the dining table and I didn't want a lot of small plates. This was a hit. It can get expensive depending on what you put on the board. But your imagination is the limit.

On my board, I used a new cutting board. You don't have to go buy a board I just happened to see this board when I was out shopping at a bargain price. I had planned on using an old one. Either could have worked just as nicely.

For the meats, I used hard salami rolled around mozzarella cheese, regular salami, rolled ham, and pepperoni.

Cheeses, I used medium-hot pepper jack cheese and cheddar cheese sliced. In two cups I used sharp cheddar cheese spread. In two cups I use spinach, artichoke, and parmesan spread. 

Then I added mixed sweet pickles and hummus in cups.  I have 3 types of crackers. Red and green grapes, blueberries and raspberries. Some fig preserves and some HOT jelly.  A handful of Hershey's chocolate and a little parsley for garnish. 








  
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