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The Best Cheese Board (V.2.0.0)

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Introduction To The Best Cheese Board (V.2.0.0)

The Best Cheese Board (V.2.0.0) is truly a fan favorite, like, who doesn’t love cheese?

A cheese board is a classic dish that is used in so many different parties or events.

You can also check out our other cheese board recipe here.

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Components Of The Best Cheese Board (V.2.0.0):

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Cheese (Duh…)

At least one soft cheese (such as brie), one hard cheese (such as Parmesan), and one crumbly cheese is recommended (like bleu cheese). Because not everyone like smelly cheese, make one or two of your choices mild or buttery. Getting a range of colors and forms is only to make the board seem more visually fascinating and appealing!

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When it comes to selecting meats for a charcuterie board, we always opt for the highest quality. Dry Cured Salami, Prosciutto, and any Italian Sausage are a few that we utilize.

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Everything Else

Crackers and bread are useful in this situation. Gourmet crackers with sweet and nutty flavors are a favorite of ours. When it comes to bread, a French baguette is ideal since it slices into the right serving size. We also suggest some olives and pickles, as well as walnuts and almonds. Even grapes can be used (why not?).

Here is what we used in our cheeseboard:

The Best Cheese Board (V.2.0.0)

Print Recipe
The Best Cheese Board (V.2.0.0) is truly a fan favorite, like, who doesn't love cheese?
Course Appetizer, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine American, Italian
Keyword Cheese
Prep Time 45 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes
Servings 5 People
Calories 615
Cost $34


  • 1 Cheeseboard



  • 250 G Smoked Apple Cheese
  • 250 G Moroccan 5-spice Cheddar
  • 250 G Cranberry Filled Brie
  • 250 G Garlic and Herb Gouda


  • 5 Italian Sausages (Cut Thinly)
  • 200 G Apple Baked Ham
  • 200 G Procetto

Everything Else

  • 20 Jam, Fig and Nut Crackers
  • Grapes
  • Olives
  • Almonds
  • Walnuts


  • Clean your board and ensure that is ready for all the elements to be assembled.
  • Select the cheeses and meticulously place them on the board.
  • Place your cured meats on the board, and organise appropriately.
  • Add your olives, breads and biscuits.
  • Finally, add in your fruits and nuts sparingly across the board.
  • Enjoy!

Happy Cooking!

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  1. X22plalp says:

    5 stars
    Hey people!!!!!
    Good mood and good luck to everyone!!!!!

  2. Guest43537 says:

    5 stars
    Awesome recipe, just out of curiosity, what other cheeses can be used?

    1. Team Flavourful says:

      5 stars
      @Guest43537, of course, feel free to check out our other recipe to find some other cheeses that we used. These include, but are not limited to Derby, Mild Cheddar, Double Gloucester, Red Leicester, Cheshire, Camembert and Brie.

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