Build a grazing board, they will come!

Extra Large Grazing Platter styled with fresh fruit, cheese and cured meats. Grazing board is like a marble platter.

Build a grazing board, they will come! Follow this 5 step guide guaranteed to be the star of the party.

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Step 1: Cheesy Delights

Now it's time to get cheesy! Select a variety of cheeses with different textures and flavors. Go for a mix of soft, hard, and semi-hard cheeses. Think creamy brie, tangy blue cheese, and sharp cheddar. Get creative with the shapes and sizes. Remember, we're going for a visually appealing masterpiece here! Try a mini baked cheese cob or baked camembert topped with pecans and honey.

Step 2: The Meaty Goodness

No grazing board is complete without some savory cured meats. Choose a selection of prosciutto, salami, and maybe even some spicy chorizo if you're feeling adventurous. Roll them up or fold them into fancy shapes and place them next to the cheese. It's all about the presentation, my friend!


Step 3:  Don't forget the bread!

Slice up a baguette or provide some crackers for your guests to enjoy with your cheesy, meaty creation.

Step 4: Fruits and Nuts Galore

Now it's time to add a touch of sweetness and crunch to your grazing board. Slice up some pears, arrange them in clusters around the board. Add some fresh berries for a burst of colour. Don't forget the dried fruits like apricots or figs - they add a delightful chewiness to the mix. Let's not overlook the nuts! Walnuts, almonds and pistachios are all great choices. They bring a satisfying crunch to the party.

Step 5: The Finishing Touches

Now that you've assembled the main ingredients, it's time to add some finishing touches. Fill any empty spaces on the board with olives, pickles, or even some quince. Add a few sprigs of fresh herbs like rosemary or thyme for a pop of green. 

Voila! Your grazing board is now ready to be devoured. Gather your friends and family around, grab a glass of wine and dig in. Remember, the beauty of a grazing board lies not only in its taste but also in the joy it brings when shared with loved ones.


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