• Valentines' Day Theme Cheeseboard with a heart-shaped cheeese, salami rose, and lots of berries
    CHEESE BOARDS,  RALEIGH DURHAM LIVING,  SHOP LOCAL

    Elevated Cheese Board with Midtown Olive Oil

    Hi, friends! Last year, I visited Midtown Olive Oil and used one of their olive oils to make an olive oil cake for the first time. Since then, Alex and I have become repeat customers and have been using their olive oils and balsamic vinegars at least weekly! I recently went back and picked up a bunch of their new products that are perfect for a cheese or charcuterie board.

  • CHEESE BOARDS,  LIFESTYLE

    My Favorite Cheese Board Things

    Hi, friends! I am back with more cheese board content, but I thought I’d do something a little bit different today. Instead of simply listing the ingredients I used on the board (I will share in an Instagram post), I am talking about my favorite cheese board things, from the actual board to my favorite Instagram accounts for inspiration. Hope you enjoy this different kind of cheese board content!

  • CHEESE BOARDS,  LIFESTYLE

    Fallcuterie Board

    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!

  • EATS AND DRINKS,  RALEIGH DURHAM LIVING

    To-Go Cheese and Charcuterie in the Triangle

    Hi, friends! I am sure you know by now I love cheese and salty snacks! I have several blog posts on the cheeseboards I have made myself, but today’s blog post is a little bit different because I am talking about to-go cheese/charcuterie plates you can get from local restaurants in the Triangle area. There are a few reasons why I decided to write this post:

  • CHEESE BOARDS,  EATS AND DRINKS,  RALEIGH DURHAM LIVING,  SHOP LOCAL

    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!)