Thanksgiving Board with Sassool
Hi, friends! Hope you are loving November (aka the best month of 2020) as much as I am. With Thanksgiving coming up in a couple of weeks, I am looking forward to taking a few days off to spend time with my family. For this post, I partnered with Sassool to create a Mediterranean board that would be perfect for Friendsgiving, Thanksgiving, or any other gathering. I am so happy with how it turned out!
Hi, friends! I’m here with a new cheese board post! Compared to previous years, I have been seeing a lot more of “harvest cheeseboards”, “fallcuterie”, “boards with gourds” on Instagram. Fall is my favorite season and with the return of Boxcarr’s seasonal Cottonboo, I was inspired to create my own version!
NC Cheese Board Take #2
Hi, friends! Making cheeseboards and supporting local businesses are two of my favorite activities. Naturally, I love incorporating local goods on my cheeseboards. In fact, my very first blog post on here was “Cheese Board with NC Goods“, which I made for my annual Cool People Christmas Party last year. I figured it was time that I do another NC Goods Cheese Board. (This is also my entry for #rducheeseboardchallenge!)
How to Create an Easy, Affordable Cheese Board feat. Trader Joe’s
Hi, friends! I’m back with another cheese board post! I am no expert by any means, but I am writing this post to make cheese boards more accessible and less intimidating to those who do not know where to begin. All of the information in today’s post culminates in the cheese board pictured below, which I made for my family’s gathering over this long weekend.
Social Distancing Cheese Board Party
Hi, friends! Hope you are all staying safe and sane during this period of COVID-19. Recently, I’ve been missing making cheese boards for gatherings because that is my #lovelanguage. Then came the idea of making multiple small cheese boards to share! I used some goodies from Boxcarr Handmade Cheese and Midtown Olive Oil and absolutely love how they turned out. Keep reading for the list of ingredients I used!