Have you ever experienced serving a great cheese platter? Imagine how your guests will splurge over this wonderful spread. The simplest trick is the presentation, and this is one way to showcase this wonderful variety of cheeses.
How To Create A Perfect And Adorable Cheese Platter
Create A Perfect And Adorable Cheese Platter With The Cheese Pairings That Will Satisfy Your Guests
Don’t stress about having an adorable cheese platter, because this post will help you create an exquisite wood-burned cheese board from HGTVCrafternoon channel. It is guaranteed to compliment your appetizer bar. The platter is inexpensive and so easy to do. Also, we will help you select the most delicious cheeses plus teach you how to artfully garnish the platter. Check this out.
Let’s start with the Wood-burned Cheese Board Plate:
You’ll only need:
Step 1: Practice
You may pick a piece of scrap wood, have a little practice on writing and to plan out your design or pattern as well.
Step 2. Make Your Pattern or Design
While your wood burning tool heats up, slowly follow along with your planned design or pattern and writings.
Step 3. Treat with Block oil
Now it’s time to rub the board with a little of block oil. Block oil makes the woods dark a little bit and it helps avoid the stains. Tadah! You’re done. Now you can load up with cheese, crackers, fruits, or whatever other snacks you’d like!
Next, How to Choose the Perfect Cheese for Your Platter:
Selecting the perfect cheese provides us a fun challenge, and often result to surprising pairing discoveries. So today, select a cheese which has the variety of textures and flavors that belong to the basic groups or categories of cheeses. You may remember this acronym: BAFS for blue, aged, firm, and soft.
Valdeon is a blue cheese made from both cow and goat’s milk. But sometimes, a sheep’s milk may use to substitute goat’s milk. It exudes an intense flavor with somewhat lactic taste. This cheese has a rich buttery aroma, and the texture is creamy.
Certain cheeses – aged Cheddar, Swiss, blue, Monterey Jack, Brie, Gouda and processed American cheese – have been shown to help prevent tooth decay. Calcium, phosphorus and other components in cheese may contribute to this beneficial effect.
Goat Gouda is a good choice for aged cheese. It has a semi-firm cheese made from pasteurized goats’ milk. It has an ivory color and has a dense and smooth texture at the same time slightly grainy. It takes 4 to 5 months to age this type of cheese. It is usually used for pies and crisps.
Cheese is milk’s leap toward immortality. ~Clifton Fadiman
You can never go wrong with this firm cheese. This authentic cheese from La Mancha, Spain is very popular because of its a tangy, full-flavor. Manchego has a pale yellow appearance with a somewhat grainy texture. The cheese is being processed for 60 days to 2 years using only Manchego sheep’s milk. As part of the tradition, the cheese is being wrapped with grass molds, thus the distinct characteristic of Manchego,
Cheese takes up about 1/10 the volume of the milk it was made from.
Nothing beats Constant Bliss as a soft cheese. It is dubbed as dream cheese made from pasteurized cow’s milk. Constant Bliss has a rich buttery taste.
Age is not important unless you’re a cheese. ~Helen Hayes
Now, whenever you throw a party, this cheese platter and cheeses is your perfect solution. You may add slices of bread, grapes, nuts, thin slices of cooked meats or bacon, and other snacks. With a beautiful cheese platter to graze on, none of your guests will go home hungry!
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