Cheese boards are a classic element at any French dinner table. Traditionally served after the meal, they’re the perfect way to wind down. Learn how to build a simple cheese board that will have your guests diving in with gusto.
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THE VIDEO ABOUT CHEESE BOARDS
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A CHEESY STORY
I didn’t grow up with cheese boards. I was a small town girl, so there was nary a cheese shop in sight. All we had was what we got from the grocery store. The standard was processed cheese slices, havarti, and the occasional brick of Black Diamond. The fanciest it got was a wheel of camembert and limburger cheese. It’s not that we weren’t cheese people, we loved cheese, but we just didn’t know anything about it. That changed when I met my husband’s–Big Papa’s–family.…