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10 items we always include on our charcuterie board

Assorted Cheeses: Include a variety of textures and flavors, such as a soft brie, a hard aged cheddar, a tangy goat cheese, and a bold blue cheese. This variety caters to different palates and pairs well with other board components.

Cured Meats: Select a range of cured meats such as prosciutto, salami, chorizo, and soppressata. These meats offer savory and rich flavors that complement the cheeses.

Crackers and Bread: Offer a selection of crackers and slices of baguette or artisan breads. Include options like whole grain, seeded, and plain to match the cheeses and meats.

Fresh Fruit: Add color and freshness with fruits like grapes, slices of pear or apple, and berries. These not only add a visual appeal but also provide a sweet contrast to the savory items.

Dried Fruit: Figs, apricots, and raisins can add texture and a concentrated sweetness that pairs well with both cheeses and meats.

Nuts: Almonds, walnuts, or pecans provide a crunchy texture and a rich, buttery flavor that complements the board's other elements.

Olives and Pickles: Include a variety of olives, cornichons, and pickled vegetables for acidity and brightness, cutting through the richness of the meats and cheeses.

Honey and Mustards: Offer small bowls of honey, grainy mustard, and sweet jams or fruit preserves for guests to drizzle or spread on their chosen combinations. These condiments add layers of flavor.

Vegetables: Thinly sliced raw vegetables like radishes, cucumbers, and carrots add crunch and freshness, providing a lighter option on the board.

Chocolate or Sweet Treats: Finish with a touch of sweetness. Small chocolates, truffles, or even a sweet dip can round off the experience, especially if the board serves as a post-dinner treat.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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