4.Garnish, Garnish, Garnish
This is the fun part: garnish, garnish, garnish! It is important to leave little or no space available on your board, which means that your cheese board wants some friends. You need to have a balanced blend of salty and sweet. Add savory bites such as olives, nuts, meats, pickles, crackers, and crostini. Examples of your sweet would be honey and chocolate; dried fruits such as cranberries, raisins, and mango; fresh fruits like grapes, strawberries, blackberries, and apples. Add a couple of figs for color and to eat. Don’t forget condiments such as Dijon mustard, jams, and preserves.
Have fun while building your board. Challenge yourself to try different variations and combinations of small bites. Pour yourself a glass of wine, or, better yet, call some of your tribe over to your home so that you-all can have a cheese board creation party! Make sure to hashtag #CheeseBoardingWithEWE