No one is saved from hosting a small dinner or reunion at home during these holiday months and when we’re in those difficulties to prepare the best but at the same time simple and easy, we get stressed and we can fail.
You need to be clear that our reliable weapon for those times is a perfect and delicious homemade cheese board. Who doesn’t open the appetite for some cheese with green grapes and olives? The right question would be, who doesn’t like cheese? And for those who answer no, we also have vegan options because of enjoying a cheese board nobody escapes.
Get ready to make a homemade cheese board having a table wide enough to place the amount of cheese and snacks next to this. You should choose at least three types of cheeses -always parmesan- that accompany meats, hams, crackers and breads. Once you have enough of these, place some fruits or vegetables, nuts and extra dressings, including jelly. Then, just let your creativity flow in the way you place and distribute it on the table. You’ll have a lot of inspiration below with some examples of cheese boards from which you can repeat the order and the ingredients.
Enjoy the creation of your own homemade cheese board and surprise all your holiday guests!
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