Charcuterie Board With Love For Special Occasions

A good charcuterie board can be the most satisfying appetizer and even a meal. Charcuterie boards tend to include a variety of cheeses, meats, fruits, and bread or crackers. What I’ve put together is a very special charcuterie board with love. It has a beautiful presentation and lots of quality ingredients for your special occasion.

Charcuterie Board with Love for Special Occasions

Making the Ideal Charcuterie Presentation

In addition to incorporating my heart hot cocoa bomb into this recipe, there are additional ways to display the ingredients on this board. The presentation is very important. As a gift, the more visually appealing the charcuterie board is, the better. There are a couple of fun twists to this board that makes it a better gift. It’s perfect to celebrate Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Valentine’s Day, or a birthday! One of the things I do to make this board extra special is make a rose out of salami.

The final enhancement I add to the charcuterie board are the fantastic cheeses, rice crackers, and a ramekin of honey. I include the honey specifically for pairing with the Manchego cheese. Read on for more information about these ingredients and tutorials.

Which Charcuterie Board To Choose

When purchasing a board for your charcuterie, you should look at the size, and if you want it in wood or marble.

  • Size: There are many sizes available to purchase, so choose accordingly to the amount of people eating. Small size for 2 persons, medium for 3-4 persons, and large for 5-6 persons.
  • Wood: I prefer the look of a wood board. Ideal choose woods made of maple, cherry, olive, and acacia. It’s best to choose a board that resists water penetration and will not absorb stains or odours. 
  • Marble: A marble board is firm and impermeable and has a smooth look to display your food.
  • Plate/Tray: If you don’t want to invest in a board, you can use a tray or plate as long as it’s food safe, you are fine.

Add Jars And Ramekins

Jars and ramekins add dimension to the board.

  • Size: Add jam jars and ramekins that are small, so they won’t look too bulky on the board.
  • Design: Try to have the same design for jars or ramekins to stay consistent.
Charcuterie Board with Love for Special Occasions

Use Small Utensils

You can usually purchase small utensils at the dollar store.

  • Knives or butter knives: Used for cutting pâtés, cheeses, or meats.
  • Forks: Used for picking up meats, fruits, and cheeses.
  • Spoons: Used in jars or ramekins and picking up nuts.

Picking Ingredients For The Charcuterie Board

When making a charcuterie board, try to think about the visual aspects and make it appealing. Ideally, you also want to make the board look full and colourful. Think about colours, textures, and pairings that complement each other. Choose food that have vibrant colours such as strawberries, cherries, grapes, and raspberries for bright reds, and grapes, cucumbers, and herb garnishes for bright greens. Also, use ingredients that vary in colours and sizes and create contrast and dimension by piling on the food.

How Much Meat and Cheese To Include On The Board

If you are serving the charcuterie board to your guests as an appetizers, usually it’s 2 oz of cheese and 1 oz of meat per person. If you are serving it as a meal, you will want to make it at least 6 oz of cheese and 4 oz of meat per person.

Charcuterie Board with Love for Special Occasions

What Food To Include

Include both hard and soft cheeses ranging from mellow to sharp, and you can add a variety of cheeses from different milk sources such as cow, goat, or sheep. As far as cured meats, you can use soft or hard. Soft meats like prosciutto and salami are greats for making a rose, while the hard meats that need to be sliced make a great presentation. You can also add fruits, jams, olives, nuts, chocolates, crackers, breads, and more!

Perfect Food Pairings For A Charcuterie Board

Now that you have the basic knowledge on how to build a DIY charcuterie board, how about some food pairing ideas to create delicious appetizers?

  1. Gouda and pepper jam topped with an Marcona almond.
  2. Blue Cheese and fig jam on top of a cracker.
  3. Brie and cherry preserve on top of a fig and olive crisp.
  4. Brie, drizzle of honey, and a blackberry on top of a fig and olive crisp.
  5. Cheddar, drizzle of honey, and dried apricot on top of a cracker
  6. Brie, candied pecan, drizzle of honey on top of a fig and olive crisp.
  7. Salami and gouda on a cracker.
  8. Soppressata Salami with Havarti cheese on a cracker.
  9. Emmental cheese, salami, and a cornichon on a piece of baguette.

Beverages To Pair

Your guests will need to have either a beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages to accompany their charcuterie plates. Of course, my first choice is wine as it pairs perfectly with cheese and chocolate!

Beer

Focus on three styles of beers to eat with the charcuterie.

  • Ale: The oldest style of beer and the most common to serve. It comes in brown ale or pale ale.
  • Porter: A type of beer known for its dark black colour and roasted malt aroma. It might be fruity or dry in flavour.
  • Lager: This beer is usually light and crisp taste that is mellow and smooth. It also can be from dark to pale and malty to sweet depending on the country of origin.

Wine

Hearty reds such as Pinot Noir work well with charcuterie pairings. An Italian sparkling wines such as Proseccos and Lambruscos reset the palate, as can off-dry Rieslings.

Safe choices are sparkling wines such as Proseccos and Lambruscos, light-bodied white wines such as a sweet Riesling and Sauvingnon Blanc, and fruit forward light-bodied reds like a Pinot Noir can pair with most cheeses and charcuterie.

Non-Alcoholic Beverages

Sparkling water comes in different flavours and, I find, is the best refreshing choice. Second, would be mineral water with a slice of lime or lemon.

Heart Jam Brie Wheel, Salami Rose Tutorial, and Chocolate Dipped Strawberries

One of the things I do to make this charcuterie board extra special is make a rose out of salami. You can follow my tutorial to learn how to do this. I dip the strawberries in chocolate, which I don’t have to tell you is nothing short of sensational. Don’t forget to prepare the Heart Jam Brie Cheese for that special centrepiece! Following the tutorial for these three techniques will enhance not only the visual aspect of your board, but add layers of complexity to the composition of the board itself.

Heart Jam Brie Wheel Cheese

How To Make The Heart Jam Brie Wheel Cheese

Ingredients

For a special heart jam Brie Cheese, you will need:

  • 1 Brie Cheese
  • 1 Tbsp Jam (raspberry or strawberry)

Equipment Needed

  • Knife
  • Cutting board
  • Heart cookie cutter

Instructions

  1. Place the Brie cheese in the freezer for at least 30 minutes, so it’s firmer and easier to cut.
  2. Place cheese on a cutting board, use a sharp knife, and cut the brie in half crosswise.
  3. Take the top cheese piece and place it on the cutting board. Use a small heart cookie cutter to cut a heart in the center of the brie. Remove the heart cheese and keep as a decoration for the charcuterie board.
  4. Place the top brie on the bottom one and fill the empty heart with your favourite jam. I used strawberry jam. Add to the center of the charcuterie board.
Heart Jam Brie Wheel Cheese
Charcuterie Board with Love for Special Occasions

Heart Jam Brie Wheel Cheese

Lyne
The Heart Jam Brie Cheese is the perfect centrepiece for a charcuterie board or to serve on a cheese board.
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Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Course Appetizer
Cuisine Canadian
Servings 1 Brie Whell
Calories 810 kcal

Equipment

  • Knife
  • Cutting board
  • Small heart cookie cutter

Ingredients
  

  • 1 Brie Cheese
  • 1 Tbsp Jam raspberry or strawberry

Instructions
 

  • Place the Brie cheese in the freezer for at least 30 minutes, so it’s firmer and easier to cut.
  • Place cheese on a cutting board, use a sharp knife, and cut the brie in half crosswise.
  • Take the top cheese piece and place it on the cutting board. Use a small heart cookie cutter to cut a heart in the center of the brie. Remove the heart cheese and keep as a decoration for the charcuterie board.
  • Place the top brie on the bottom one and fill the empty heart with your favourite jam. I used strawberry jam. Add to the center of the charcuterie board.

Nutrition

Calories: 810kcalCarbohydrates: 15gProtein: 47gFat: 63gSaturated Fat: 39gCholesterol: 226mgSodium: 1428mgPotassium: 359mgFiber: 1gSugar: 11gVitamin A: 1338IUVitamin C: 2mgCalcium: 420mgIron: 1mg
Keyword Brie Cheese, Brie cheese with jam
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Salami Rose Tutorial

When you are preparing a charcuterie board, it’s always eye catching to make salami roses or salami flowers as appetizers and display them in the center or to the side of the board. This salami rose tutorial is so simple and easy to do and, best of all, you don’t need any glass to make them or even toothpicks to secure the rose.

salami rose tutorial

Ingredients

  • About 12 -16 Genoa Salami slices (or salami of your choice)
  • Fresh sage

Equipment Needed

  • Cutting board or plate

How To Make The Salami Rose

Easy steps to make a beautiful salami rose:

Salami Rose in process

Choose 8 slices of salami.

Fold each salami in half to make a half circle shape, then lay them in an overlapping line. The salami should overlap about a third over the next slice. The straight part of each salami should be in line with the straight part of the next one.

Salami Rose in process

Roll them up starting at one end into a tight roll if you want your salami to look like a bud or semi-tight for a looser salami rosette.

Salami Rose in process

After the roll, flip the salami rose around to sit straight. Add 4 slices of salami folded in half on each side of the meat rose with the straight part facing the rose. Take 1 half folded salami slice and wrap one side of the rose, then repeat with the other 3. For a bigger rose, you can add another 4 more slices. The straight part should be at the bottom of the salami rosette.

Salami Rose in process

Finally, arrange the salami petals to a looser fit. You can slightly pull on each piece of salami to make it look more like a rose. Add fresh sage around the salami rose to make it look like leaves and help secure the rose.

Tips

If you really want to secure the meat rose, you can push a toothpick straight at the bottom of the rose flower made from cured meat to hold it together. If you have the salami rose set tightly beside other meats, cheese, or fruits, it will hold together nicely.

Salami Rose Tutorial
salami rose tutorial

SALAMI ROSE TUTORIAL

Lyne
When you are preparing a charcuterie board, it’s always eye catching to make salami roses or salami flowers as appetizers and display them in the center or to the side of the board. This salami rose tutorial is so simple and easy to do and, best of all, you don’t need any glass to make them or even toothpicks to secure the rose.
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Prep Time 3 mins
Assembling 3 mins
Total Time 6 mins
Course Appetizer
Cuisine American, Canadian
Servings 1 rose
Calories 440 kcal

Equipment

  • Cutting board or plate

Ingredients
  

  • 12 slices About 12 -16 Genoa Salami slices or salami of your choice
  • 4 leaves Fresh sage

Instructions
 

  • Choose 8 slices of salami.
  • Fold each salami in half to make a half circle shape, then lay them in an overlapping line. The salami should overlap about a third over the next slice. The straight part of each salami should be in line with the straight part of the next one.
  • Roll them up starting at one end into a tight roll if you want your salami to look like a bud or semi-tight for a looser salami rosette.
  • After the roll, flip the salami rose around to sit straight. Add 4 slices of salami folded in half on each side of the meat rose with the straight part facing the rose. Take 1 half folded salami slice and wrap one side of the rose, then repeat with the other 3. For a bigger rose, you can add another 4 more slices. The straight part should be at the bottom of the salami rosette.
  • Finally, arrange the salami petals to a looser fit. You can slightly pull on each piece of salami to make it look more like a rose. Add fresh sage around the salami rose to make it look like leaves and help secure the rose.

Notes

If you really want to secure the meat rose, you can push a toothpick straight at the bottom of the rose flower made from cured meat to hold it together. If you have the salami rose set tightly beside other meats, cheese, or fruits, it will hold together nicely.

Nutrition

Serving: 1roseCalories: 440kcalCarbohydrates: 2gProtein: 24gFat: 36gSaturated Fat: 13gCholesterol: 85mgSodium: 2441mgPotassium: 409mgFiber: 1gCalcium: 15mgIron: 1mg
Keyword Meat Rose, Salami flower, Salami Rose, Salami rose tutorial
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Chocolate Dipped Strawberries Recipe

These delicious chocolate dipped strawberries are perfect treats for a charcuterie board, to add to cakes for decorations, or to serve on their own for dessert.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup medium-large strawberries (8-10 strawberries)
  • 1/2 cup milk, dark or semisweet chocolate chips or white vanilla baking chips
  • 1/2 teaspoon shortening or vegetable oil

Equipment Needed

  • Parchment paper
  • Cookie Sheet
 Chocolate Dipped Strawberries

How To Make Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Start by gently rinsing the strawberries and dry them on a clean kitchen towel or paper towels. Strawberries must be completely dry before dipping them as any water will cause the chocolate to seize up.

Line a cookie sheet with waxed paper.

In a small saucepan, melt chocolate chips and shortening over low heat, and stir frequently. Remove from heat. You can also place the chocolate chips and shortening in a microwavable safe bowl in microwave in 30 second intervals until melted.

Dip the lower half of each strawberry one at a time into the chocolate mixture and allow excess melted chocolate to drip back into the saucepan or microwavable safe bowl. You can hold them by the green leaves or stems in to melted chocolate.

Place each strawberry on the parchment/waxed paper. Refrigerate uncovered for at least 30 minutes or until chocolate is firm.

Store the strawberries in a plastic or glass container covered in the refrigerator until ready to serve, so chocolate does not soften. If you used oil, the chocolate will soften more quickly at room temperature.

Chocolate Dipped Strawberries
Chocolate Dipped Strawberries

CHOCOLATE DIPPED STRAWBERRIES RECIPE

Lyne
These delicious chocolate dipped strawberries are perfect treats for a charcuterie board, to add to cakes for decorations, or to serve on their own for dessert.
No ratings yet
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 1 min
Cooling in Refrigerator 30 mins
Total Time 36 mins
Course Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American, Canadian
Servings 8 strawberries
Calories 56 kcal

Equipment

  • Parchment paper
  • Cookie sheet

Ingredients
  

  • 8 strawberries 8-10 strawberries ( about 1 cup)
  • 1/2 cup milk chocolate chips or semisweet chocolate chips or white vanilla baking chips
  • 1/2 teaspoon shortening or vegetable oil

Instructions
 

  • Start by gently rinsing the strawberries and dry them on a clean kitchen towel or paper towels. Strawberries must be completely dry before dipping them as any water will cause the chocolate to seize up.
  • Line a cookie sheet with waxed paper.
  • In a small saucepan, melt chocolate chips and shortening over low heat, and stir frequently. Remove from heat. You can also place the chocolate chips and shortening in a microwavable safe bowl in microwave in 30 second intervals until melted.
  • Dip the lower half of each strawberry one at a time into the chocolate mixture and allow excess melted chocolate to drip back into the saucepan or microwavable safe bowl. You can hold them by the green leaves or stems in to melted chocolate.
  • Place each strawberry on the parchment/waxed paper. Refrigerate uncovered for at least 30 minutes or until chocolate is firm.
  • Store the strawberries in a plastic or glass container covered in the refrigerator until ready to serve, so chocolate does not soften. If you used oil, the chocolate will soften more quickly at room temperature.

Nutrition

Calories: 56kcalCarbohydrates: 9gProtein: 1gFat: 2gSaturated Fat: 2gSodium: 1mgPotassium: 184mgFiber: 2gSugar: 6gVitamin A: 14IUVitamin C: 71mgCalcium: 19mgIron: 1mg
Keyword Chocolate covered Strawberries, Chocolate Dipped Strawberries
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charcuterie board with meats, fruits, cheese and sweets

How To Make The Best Charcuterie Board

This Mother’s Day, treat mom to a beautifully crafted charcuterie board with love made from home. Give it to your Valentine as well, or make it for a special anniversary or birthday dinner. Part of this board is garnished with the incredible heart hot chocolate bombs. You can get so many great uses from heart-shaped silicone molds because they so nicely enhance the presentation of any romantic or heartfelt gift.

Charcuterie Board Ingredients

  • Cheeses used: Brie wheel, Asiago, Manchego
  • Meats used: Kalbassa Sausage, Cognac country style pâté, salami, prosciutto
  • Fruits (washed) used: strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and grapes
  • Honey for pairing with the Manchego cheese
  • Crackers used: Laiki rice crackers, but choose your favourite crackers.
  • Fresh sage or rosemary
  • Chocolates
  • Heart Donuts (Purchased them from C & J Cake Creations)
  • Heart Hot Chocolate Bombs

Equipment Needed

  • Charcuterie board: cheese board, cutting board, or plate
  • 1 small ramekin
  • Cutting board
  • Knives (for pairing and one for cutting cheese)
  • Metal heart cookie cutters for brie and pâté (small, medium or large)
  • Tiny spoon for the honey
  • Tiny forks for picking up the meats, fruits, and cheeses
  • Small knives for cutting pâtés, cheeses, or meats
Charcuterie Board with Love for Special Occasions

How To Assemble Your Charcuterie Board

Let’s have a look and see how to build the most delicious and creative charcuterie board!

1. Jars and Ramekins

First of all, start by placing down round items such as jars and ramekins that are filled with jams, preserves, olives, pickles, honey. The number and size will depend on the size of your board. Make sure to place any food that has an oil or water base in the ramekins as this will help avoid other foods getting soggy.

2. Large Items

Place large items next on the charcuterie board such as grapes or larger items of fruit.

Manchego Cheese

3. Cheese For the Charcuterie Board

Place the cheese on the board from largest to smallest by starting with the blocks and wedges and finish with the slices. You can choose 1 hard, 1 semi soft, and 1 soft cheeses. Blue cheese, goat cheese, aged cheddar, Gouda, cheese curds, Boursin, Smoked mozzarella, Brie wheel, Havarti, Asiago, and Manchego are some great choices. I decided to make a heart jam Brie wheel cheese the centrepiece of my charcuterie board.

Cut firm cheese in triangles and line up side by side, one side slightly on top of the other, or stack one after the other in opposite directions. I like to line up the hard cheese on the edge of the board. If you place a block or a wedge that is not sliced, place a butter knife by it to help dig in. For soft cheeses, wedge a small knife or butter knife in them for serving.

4. Charcuterie Board Meats

After the jars, large pieces, and cheese are in place, use these anchors as guides to place your meat. This will make it easier to create and add the salami rose. You can use any cured meat that you like to put on the charcuterie board. Genoa salami, Nola salami, Peppered salami, Soppressata, and Prosciutto are great choices for a charcuterie. It’s best to slice and fold the cured meats. Prosciutto is so thin that I just rolled it or drop it like a ribbon on the board. For Genoa salami, you can make a salami rose or fold them into quarters and fan them out like a deck of cards. Hard cured meat like Kalbassa Sausage should be sliced into thin rounds. Cut the pâté using a large metal heart cookie cutter.

5. Fillers

Now is the time to start filling the gaps on your charcuterie board! Start with fruits, nuts, and crackers. Berries are an obvious colourful choice. If you have any anchors open, stack or lean your crackers up against. Dried fruits such as apricots and oranges are easy and accessible year round. You can also add my favourite food such as heart hot chocolate bombs, chocolate pieces, and chocolate dipped strawberries!

6. Garnish

Last, but not least, garnish with fresh herbs such as sage or rosemary. It adds a pop of colour and a beautiful aesthetic. You can also add edible flowers.

Charcuterie Board Tips

  1. For a Christmas Charcuterie Board, you can sprinkle the dipped berries with finely crushed peppermint candy, and add Christmas candy and chocolates.
  2. For a Valentine’s Day Charcuterie Board, you can sprinkle the dipped berries with red sprinkles or heart shaped sprinkles. You can also use white chocolate chips and add red food colouring to make red icing.
  3. If you are adding bread, like a sliced French baguette, you can put it along the edge of the board and/or make sure it does not touch any fruits as it will get soggy. The same applies to crackers, donuts, and cookies.
  4. Using a wide array of colours makes the board pop.
  5. If you are adding goat cheese to the charcuterie board, use a cheese wire slicer cutter to cut it as this will help to make a smooth cut.
  6. Pair foods that go well together side by site like cheese and crackers.
  7. Lay grapes upside down to hide the stem.

I hope you enjoyed How To Make A Charcuterie Board and a Heart Jam Brie Cheese, the Salami Rose Tutorial, and the Chocolate Dipped Strawberries Recipe. If you make any of them, make sure to share with us on Facebook or Twitter! Also, check out all of our other Recipes.

Charcuterie board with love
Charcuterie Board with Love for Special Occasions

Charcuterie Board with Love for Special Occasions

Charcuterie boards tend to include a variety of cheeses, meats, fruits, and bread or crackers. What I've put together is a very special charcuterie board with love.
No ratings yet
Prep Time 50 mins
Assembling 15 mins
Total Time 1 hr 5 mins
Course Appetizer, Main Course
Cuisine American, Canadian

Equipment

  • Charcuterie board: cheese board, cutting board, or plate
  • 1 small ramekin
  • Cutting board
  • Knives (for pairing and one for cutting cheese)
  • Metal heart cookie cutters for brie and pâté (small, medium or large)
  • Tiny spoon for the honey
  • Tiny forks for picking up the meats, fruits, and cheeses
  • Small knives for cutting pâtés, cheeses, or meats

Ingredients
  

  • Cheeses used: Brie wheel Asiago, Manchego
  • Meats used: Kalbassa Sausage Cognac country style pâté, salami, prosciutto
  • Fruits (washed) strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and grapes
  • Honey for pairing with the Manchego cheese
  • Crackers used: Laiki rice crackers choose your favourite crackers
  • Fresh sage or rosemary
  • Chocolates
  • Heart Donuts Purchased them from C & J Cake Creations
  • Heart Hot Chocolate Bombs

Instructions
 

JARS AND RAMEKINS

  • First of all, start by placing down round items such as jars and ramekins that are filled with jams, preserves, olives, pickles, honey. The number and size will depend on the size of your board. Make sure to place any food that has an oil or water base in the ramekins as this will help avoid other foods getting soggy.

LARGE ITEMS

  • Place large items next on the charcuterie board such as grapes or larger items of fruit.
  • CHEESE FOR THE CHARCUTERIE BOARD
  • Place the cheese on the board from largest to smallest by starting with the blocks and wedges and finish with the slices. You can choose 1 hard, 1 semi soft, and 1 soft cheeses. Blue cheese, goat cheese, aged cheddar, Gouda, cheese curds, Boursin, Smoked mozzarella, Brie wheel, Havarti, Asiago, and Manchego are some great choices. I decided to make a heart jam Brie wheel cheese the centrepiece of my charcuterie board.
  • Cut firm cheese in triangles and line up side by side, one side slightly on top of the other, or stack one after the other in opposite directions. I like to line up the hard cheese on the edge of the board. If you place a block or a wedge that is not sliced, place a butter knife by it to help dig in. For soft cheeses, wedge a small knife or butter knife in them for serving.

CHEESE FOR THE CHARCUTERIE BOARD

  • After the jars, large pieces, and cheese are in place, use these anchors as guides to place your meat. This will make it easier to create and add the salami rose. You can use any cured meat that you like to put on the charcuterie board. Genoa salami, Nola salami, Peppered salami, Soppressata, and Prosciutto are great choices for a charcuterie. It’s best to slice and fold the cured meats. Prosciutto is so thin that I just rolled it or drop it like a ribbon on the board. For Genoa salami, you can make a salami rose or fold them into quarters and fan them out like a deck of cards. Hard cured meat like Kalbassa Sausage should be sliced into thin rounds. Cut the pâté using a large metal heart cookie cutter.

FILLERS

  • Now is the time to start filling the gaps on your charcuterie board! Start with fruits, nuts, and crackers. Berries are an obvious colourful choice. If you have any anchors open, stack or lean your crackers up against. Dried fruits such as apricots and oranges are easy and accessible year round. You can also add my favourite food such as heart hot chocolate bombs, chocolate pieces, and chocolate dipped strawberries!

GARNISH

  • Last, but not least, garnish with fresh herbs such as sage or rosemary. It adds a pop of colour and a beautiful aesthetic. You can also add edible flowers.

Notes

CHARCUTERIE BOARD TIPS
  1. For a Christmas Charcuterie Board, you can sprinkle the dipped berries with finely crushed peppermint candy, and add Christmas candy and chocolates.
  2. For a Valentine’s Day Charcuterie Board, you can sprinkle the dipped berries with red sprinkles or heart shaped sprinkles. You can also use white chocolate chips and add red food colouring to make red icing.
  3. If you are adding bread, like a sliced French baguette, you can put it along the edge of the board and/or make sure it does not touch any fruits as it will get soggy. The same applies to crackers, donuts, and cookies.
  4. Using a wide array of colours makes the board pop.
  5. If you are adding goat cheese to the charcuterie board, use a cheese wire slicer cutter to cut it as this will help to make a smooth cut.
  6. Pair foods that go well together side by site like cheese and crackers.
  7. Lay grapes upside down to hide the stem.
Keyword Charcuterie Board, Charcuterie Board With Love, Cheese board, heart hot chocolate bombs, How To Make A Charcuterie board, Meat board
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Lynehttps://ottawamommyclub.ca/
Lyne is a Certified Infant Massage Instructor (CIMI), Certified Professional Wedding Consultant, and an Event Planner. It has always been her dream to create a website dedicated just for Moms since her children were young. Thus, after 10 years, she finally accomplished it, and the Ottawa Mommy Club was born in May 2011. She loves all things Disney and is an avid chocoholic. She was also the Queen B of the BConnected Conference, Canada's Digital Influencer and social media Conference in Ottawa and Toronto.She coordinated the Annual Infant Information Day/Early Years Expo for the City of Ottawa for 8 years. She was also the co-chair of the Navan for Kraft Hockeyville 2009-2011 committee that organized five community events within 6 months, and helped Navan reach the top 10 finalists in Canada. In April 2011, she received the City of Ottawa Mayor's City Builder Award.

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