You guys, I’m on a salad board kick. We’ve got the Italian Chopped, the Cobb, the Fall Burrata Board, and now this play on a classic Waldorf. I love the simplicity and elegance of these salad boards. Plus no more picking out the ingredients you don’t like from someone else’s salad, who doesn’t love a build-your-own salad course!
The perfect spread when hosting brunch? Bagels and cream cheese with all the fixins, of course.
How much do you love Burrata? It’s so creamy and rich. My Summer Burrata Board was such a hit, I decided to make a Fall Burrata board. Similar to the Summer board, this spread of ingredients can be made into crostinis for a perfect fall appetizer, or a salad which is a great Thanksgiving first course. There are so many options to make this your own, the flavor pairings and alternatives are endless. Can’t wait to see your versions!
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This Italian chopped salad board is an elegant way to serve a substantial salad and let your guests customize their plate. It’s salty and hearty, but also light and well-rounded. And most importantly, it’s super easy to make!
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Building a filling and healthy board from a variety of Whole 30-compliant foods doesn’t have to be boring. You can easily host friends and not break your Whole 30 healthy lifestyle!
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It’s no surprise that people eat with their eyes, so I like to put a little extra care into the presentation of veggie boards to make sure they look just as appealing as the other dishes I serve.