Having people over in this house almost always means I put out some kind of cheese platter. It’s such a fantastic way to start a meal or have to munch on during a cocktail party. So I decided to show all of you lovely readers how I assemble my ultimate charcuterie platter! It has a little of everything to make a perfect bite. There are three kinds of cheeses, lots of different cured meats, and some sweet elements to balance it all out.
It is just a matter of arranging all of that on a nice cheeseboard once you have everything put together! I love my slate cheeseboard that I can write on (very clumsily over the ridges in it) with chalk. You can get a very similar one from Amazon here. Best of all, if you purchase through that affiliate link, I make a small profit to help keep the blog going! I hope you all get inspiration from this to put out a killer charcuterie platter at your next gathering!! xoxo
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10 thoughts on “My Ultimate Charcuterie Platter”
Charcuterie platters are an easy and fast way to compliment any gathering. We also love putting olives and grapes with ours for a little variety and color. That truffle manchego cheese dipped in truffle honey sounds delightful!
The truffle manchego in truffle honey is LIFE!!
That looks delicious! I think I could eat the whole plate right now!
Thanks very much!!
I’ve never made one of these, but I’ve always wanted to. I’m thinking for our next party!
I hope you do, these platters are always a crowd pleaser!
This is the perfect snack option for summer parties or wine tastings. I love the addition of the fig jam for something sweet.
Thanks so much, Sharon!!
Wow looks delicious and I like the board you used.
Thank you so much!
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