Classic French Cheese Platter

Description

Serving cheese is an easy, friendly, yet elegant part of entertaining. Far more then an appetizer, a wonderful array of cheeses with the right accompaniment can not only make your guests feel welcome, but also satisfies a variety of tastes. Cheeseboards are like collages, offering the opportunity to be artistic and create something rife with colors and textures.
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Ingredients

At a glance
Cheeses
Course
Suggested Cheese
Etorki
St Albray
Roquefort
Goat Cheese
Brie

Methods/steps

On this classic French board the cheese range the spectrum from the bold Etorki, rich St Albray, and the classic blue Roquefort, to the tangy Goat Cheese, and buttery Brie. Crunchy nuts, strawberries, sweet pears, or pickled onions create a savory contrast to the smooth cheeses.

Additional Tips

Remember, there are no "wrong" ways to present a cheeseboard, so gather some dear friends, good cheese and wine, and have a good time.

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