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DIY Cheese Board
Recipes and Food
by Beth Kaiserman

DIY Cheese Board

Aim for one of each cheese: soft, firm, aged, and blue. Add more variety with goat and sheeps' milk cheeses. Your local cheesemonger can help. 

One or two bread options, like baguette, crackers, or breadsticks, is enough. 

Serve with seasonal apples, pears or cherries and with preserves or raw honey. Add one or two cured meats, whole grain mustard, Marcona almonds and easy quick-brine pickles

Remove cheese from refrigerator an hour before serving, and label each cheese and serve with separate knives.

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