Cheese Boards don’t have to be for a crowd. Over the past few months I’ve made lots of smaller cheese boards. I hope you can take my inspiration and make something beautiful for yourself, or for a couple friends.
Mezze’s are hands-down one of my favorite ways to eat. It’s a perfect starter for kebobs or a stand-alone meal with the girls.
My friends and I quickly gobbled up these delicious bites. They are so summery and easy to make—they’ll be on repeat for the foreseeable future.
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I guess we’re living in a time of single-serve cheese plates now. I know people all around are making handheld snacks for their virtual happy hours. I promise, this charcuterie cone will be the hit of your next Zoom hang.
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Since you always ask about how much boards cost, I wanted to focus in on two different price points. First, a $65 board with all the items I love without too much skimping.