HEATHER'S CHARCUTERIE TIPS
When building a board, look for sweet, salty, sour and sometimes bitter items that will round out the palate.
Don't be afraid to try new flavor combinations, even if they seem strange. It's worth it to take a chance and find a pairing that is brilliant and outside of the box. One example is Point Reyes Blue Cheese and Primo Honey with Aji Cristal. It sounds odd, but they work lovely together.
The best tip is to have fun and embrace your inner artist!
Culinary Master, Fort Collins
The key to an incredible charcuterie board is variety. A good board has a combination of:
Italian Dry Salame
DRIED & FRESH FRUIT
Raw & Unfiltered Honey
Jam or Fig Spread
Coarse Ground Mustard
VEGGIES & PEPPERS
Green Pitted Olives
Pickled Pepper Drops
Seed, Fruit or Nut Crackers
SOME OF OUR FAVORITES!
Saint Angel Original Triple-Crème Brie
Point Reyes Original Blue Cheese
Cypress Grove Truffle Tremor Goat Cheese
Parrano Originale Cheese
Divina Sour Cherry Spread
Primo Apricot + Urfa
Primo Honey + Aji Cristal
Effie's Lightly Sweet Biscuits, Cocoa
2s Company Wafer Crackers, Original
2s Company Crisps, Apricot & Macadamia
Mitica Piedras De Chocolate
Mitica Truffle Marconas
Lucky's Market Bulk Nuts