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Creating the Perfect Columbus Meats Charcuterie Plate

HELLO HELLO! Today we are talking about MEAT! While I mostly eat vegetarian, my inner charcuterista still loves to enjoy a salami moment every once in awhile.


As a social media personality, I get amazing PR packages every so often and when this gorgeous array of treats arrived from Columbus Meats I knew I had to create an indulgent charcuterie plate! Inside the box was a big pack of Columbus Meats' irresistible charcuterie trio. This trio features Italian dry salami, Calabrese salami, and peppered salami, along with some additional packages of their delectable Genoa salami slices and a few larger slices of the Italian Dry Salami and Calabrese Salamis. Here is what I made.


 

Columbus Meats Charcuterie Plate

 

Board Ingredients:

Columbus Meats Italian dry salami

Columbus Meats Calabrese salami

Columbus Meats peppered salami

Columbus Meats Genoa salami slices

Garlic-stuffed olives

California walnuts

Cello Copper Kettle cheese

Dried cherries



Step 1: Prepare Your Ingredients

Start by arranging your charcuterie meats on a wood board or platter. Fan out the different salami varieties, creating a visually appealing display that showcases each type. I chose to create little mini chains with the peppered salami and grouped them together in the middle of the board then used the Italian dry salami to create a ring of folded salami around that right in the center of the board. Then I folded and rolled the other salamis into rose or into piles on the board.



Step 2: Add Some Flavorful Extras

Next, strategically place the garlic-stuffed olives, California walnuts, and dried cherries around the platter. These additions not only add color and texture but also introduce a variety of flavors that complement the richness of the meats.


Step 3: Introduce the Cheese

Now, it's time to add the cheese! Place chunks or slices of Cello Copper Kettle cheese in between the meats and other ingredients. This cheese's creamy texture and nutty flavor profile make it an excellent addition to any charcuterie plate.


Step 4: Final Touches

To finish off your Columbus Meats charcuterie plate, you can add some decorative elements like fresh herbs or edible flowers. These final touches elevate the presentation and add a touch of elegance to your spread.



Serving Suggestions:

Pair your charcuterie plate with a selection of crusty bread or gourmet crackers like my favorite Rosemary La Panzanella crackers. Consider offering a variety of mustards or chutneys on the side for dipping and spreading. I love Oregon tayberry jelly from Kelly's or Oregon Strawberry, Marionberry or Habanero Jelly.



There you have it – a beautifully crafted Columbus Meats charcuterie plate that's sure to impress your guests. Happy snacking!



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