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Tray - Cheese / Charcuterie Board - Beveled Free Form Wood
Tray - Cheese / Charcuterie Board - Beveled Free Form Wood
Tray - Cheese / Charcuterie Board - Beveled Free Form Wood
Tray - Cheese / Charcuterie Board - Beveled Free Form Wood
Tray - Cheese / Charcuterie Board - Beveled Free Form Wood
Tray - Cheese / Charcuterie Board - Beveled Free Form Wood

Tray - Cheese / Charcuterie Board - Beveled Free Form Wood

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There is nothing old fashioned about our modern wooden serving boards. We picked each design for its unique character and style. Many of our boards will work well in combination to bring interest and artistry to your charcuterie and cheese board presentations.

This is good for the most experienced entertainers and the newest for hosts. We also thinks it makes a fantastic gift.

  • 18" x 15" x 1"
  • Wood
  • Beveled edge
  • Free form
  • Cutout for carrying and hanging
  • Handwash only
We have fallen head-over-heels with charcuterie, eclectic boards, platters, and plates for sharing. Let's gather! #thestuffsisters have hand-picked a collection of casual dining service pieces, bowls, plates, boards, platters, plates, and utensils to help you begin assembling your own pieces to begin or continue serving in this casual and intriguing style.

At our store, we believe in creative interpretation. We think you will enjoy creating Charcuterie Boards as a way to express your personal tastes, style, creativity, and artistry.


What to know more?

Charcuterie is the art of preparing and assembling cured meats and other meat products. But, many people use the term charcuterie to refer to an assortment of meats that are paired with different accompaniments, such as toast, fruit, cheese, and sauces.

Charcuterie is a French term for a branch of cooking devoted to prepared meat products, such as bacon, ham, sausage, terrines, galantines, ballotines, pâtés, and confit, primarily from pork. The word originated in France, and it translates to “pork-butcher shop.” While the original French translation refers to pork, modern charcuterie boards can include other types of food, such as duck, goose, chicken, cheese, toast, fruit, or other options.

 

 


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