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RECIPE INDEX

GOAT CHEESE

WEEKNIGHT DINNERS

MANCHEGO

GRAZING TABLES

TUTORIALS

SALADS

Eat Beautifully Method: Cheese & Dishes

The foundation for every grazing board is the cheese and little dishes, bowls, jars, and ramekins filled with delicious dips, olives, jams, jellies, and more! Here are some nice examples of my first layer that goes down on my boards.

 

CHEESE & DISHES

 


E a t B e a u t i f u l l y

M e t h o d


  1. Cheese & Dishes

  2. Meats

  3. Fruit & Veggies

  4. Yummy Goodness

  5. Garnish & Take a Pic


Cut and prepare your cheeses before adding them to your platters, boards & tables. Depending on the firmness of the cheese, I tend to go with slices, cubes, chunks, and/or leaving my softer cheeses whole.


Cheddars can be sliced, cubed, or even crumbled if they have a nice dryness to them. Softer cheeses will likely need to be sliced with a cheese wire or place them on your board whole and guests can use a cheese spreader to serve themselves.



If you really want to get serious about making beautiful boards either for yourself or to start your own charcuterie business, I am here to help you get started! Check out my updated eBook How to Make a Grazing Board (of any size or shape) only $5 HERE. Plus find tons of articles and grazing board recipes here @ PlatterGirl.com





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HEY! I'M LEA.

I'm the recipe developer & photographer behind Platter Girl. I am also a mama of three, wife, and cookbook author who LOVES partaking in the best foodie places Oregon has to offer! You might have noticed my name is Platter Girl, and you guessed it, I LOVE big PLATTERS! While not every recipe is served on a tray, they are all delicious and great for sharing with your crew! 

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