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I’ve been lucky to meet many cool people through this new-found career. And at the top of that list is @TheDelicious and @PSIMadeThis. We teamed up once again to create some epic holiday platters, and here’s our first of the season: a festive Christmas cheese board!
How To Make That Cool Brie Cut Out
Take a look at the video above to see how we did it here. We simply cut off a slice from the top of the brie’s rind and used a cookie cutter, then placed it back on. However, there is another option where you cut all the way through brie. You can find a very helpful in-depth video tutorial on this 4th of July Cheese Board Post.
The Best Board for this Spread
This is a pretty big spread, so we brought in the big guns for this one! We used this reclaimed pine rectangle charcuterie board from etu home (available on Amazon). It’s 29 x 16. A more slightly more affordable option would be this Jk Adams Heritage Wood Serving Board (28 x 16) from Crate & Barrel or this Large Acasia Wood Paddle Cutting Board from World Market (35 x 13) for half the price!
Other Christmas Board Inspiration
Show Me Your Boards
Nothing makes me happier than seeing you create beautiful boards from my tips. If you make a spread inspired by this post, please tag me at @ainttoooproudtomeg so I can see and share!
And, if you liked this board recipe, please rate and review.
Epic Holiday Cheese Board
- Brie cut the rind into a snowflake
- Boursin sprinkled with chives
- Sage Derby this is the one in the cubes. found it at Sprouts
- Murray's Irish Cheddar
- Salami used a variety
- Salami Secchi
- Granny Smith Apples
- Red Grapes
- Green Grapes
- Snap Peas
- Red Apples
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Blood Orange
- Mini Bell Peppers
- Sliced Pear
- Star Crackers
- Flat Bread Crackers
- Marcona Almonds
- Castelvetrano Olives