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2 Foot Round Grazing Board

Follow my simple steps to create a colorful masterpiece that's as beautiful as it is delicious.

Welcome to my latest tutorial on crafting a stunning and delectable grazing board that’s perfect for any gathering! Whether you're hosting a party or simply looking to elevate your snacking game, this grazing board will leave your guests in awe.



Follow my simple steps to create a masterpiece that's as beautiful as it is delicious.




The Ultimate Grazing Board: What You’ll Need


Board (Feeds 16+ for Snacks):

  • 24” Round white wood frame from Hobby Lobby

  • Stemmed dessert cups and mini dessert cups for dips and olives


Cheeses:

  • Triple crème brie

  • Plain goat cheese

  • Smoked Gouda

  • Tomato basil Havarti from Trader Joe’s

  • Taco Gouda from Trader Joe’s

  • Aged Havarti

  • Cave aged blue cheese


Dishes:

  • Fig jam

  • Castelvetrano olives

  • Sliced dill pickles

  • Crunchy sweet chili hummus

  • Artichoke Parmesan dip from Stonemill Kitchens


Meats:

  • Calabrese salami

  • Genoa salami

  • Peppered salami

  • Spicy salami chunks

  • Genoa chunks


Fruits & Veggies:

  • Cotton candy grapes

  • Strawberries

  • Orange slices

  • Plums

  • Apricots

  • Red cherries


Yummy Goodness (Pantry Items):

  • Pistachios

  • Dried sweetened oranges

  • Dried cranberries

  • Purple yogurt pretzels

  • Ferrero Rocher chocolate bar

  • Cracked pepper water crackers

  • Rosemary La Panzanella crackers


Garnishes:

  • Fresh basil

  • Carnations (ensure they are non-toxic)


EAT BEAUTIFULLY METHOD

(My 5 Steps for Stacking)


1. Cheese and dishes go down first

2. Meats - rolled and fold

3. Fruit and veggies for lots of color

4. Yummy goodness is the crunchy snackers to fill in gaps

5. Garnish with pretty non-toxic florals and herbs plus take a pic or it didn’t happen 😉


  1. Cheese and Dishes Go Down First: Start by placing the cheeses and dishes around the board. This creates a solid foundation and makes it easier to arrange the other items around these anchor points.

  2. Meats - Rolled and Folded: Roll and fold the meats into attractive shapes and place them strategically around the cheeses and dishes. This not only adds a variety of textures but also makes the board visually appealing.

  3. Fruit and Veggies for Lots of Color: Add vibrant fruits and veggies next. Their colors will pop against the neutral tones of the cheeses and meats, making the board look inviting and fresh.

  4. Yummy Goodness is the Crunchy Snackers to Fill in Gaps: Fill in any gaps with pantry items like crackers, pretzels, nuts, and chocolates. These crunchy snacks add texture and are perfect for filling in the small spaces on the board.

  5. Garnish with Pretty Non-Toxic Florals and Herbs: Finish off your grazing board with fresh basil and non-toxic flowers like carnations. Not only do they add a lovely fragrance, but they also enhance the visual appeal. And remember, take a picture – or it didn’t happen! 😉



Creating a grazing board is an art form that combines flavors, textures, and colors to create a stunning and delicious centerpiece. With these steps, you'll be able to craft a board that's perfect for any occasion.


Happy grazing, and don’t forget to share your beautiful creations!



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