In our shop, we make a variety of charcuterie boards, and typically use hardwoods (maple, walnut, etc). Our Charcuterie Boards are best sellers, and we routinely get questions on how to care for and extend the life of a maple or wood charcuterie board. It’s a pretty simple process, but needs to be done in the right sequence to be effective. Your boards can be a growth medium … Read the rest
3 Characteristics To Examine When Purchasing a Board
Charcuterie boards have become popular lately in the US and across the globe. At the Celtic Farm, we prepare these meat and cheese boards several times a week for a light and simple dinner. Easy to make, easy to prepare and easy to pack up for later charcuterie is convenient and enjoyable for entertaining. Originating in the 15th century in France, it literally translates as “meat cooked.”… Read the rest
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