Cheese Board

In my previous post, I mentioned an afternoon filled with cheese – which was pretty pretty glorious.  Obviously fun to hang out with my friend, but um, cheese.  Need I say more?


Creating a cheeseboard doesn’t really take much energy, you throw a bunch of things (edible things) on a board and suddenly it looks nice.  People think it takes time and energy, but shhh, it really doesn’t.

For this particular cheese board, I kind of just went for what was around my kitchen and in my fridge.  I had brie, goat cheese and cheddar – all delightful cheeses and a bit of diversity with texture and taste.

I had grapes and truffle honey, but before I continue let me just take a second and tell you about this truffle honey.  OMG, amazing.  I got this in NYC a couple weeks back, carefully wrapped it up in my suitcase and have been waiting for an opportunity to open it.  A cheese afternoon seems like the perfect opportunity.  Though I’m surprised I didn’t just put a spoon in it earlier and eat it plain.  So yes, find yourself some truffle honey.  Right now, put your phone down and find it.

Going back to my cheeseboard adventure – I quickly cut up my loaf of bread and laid out some crackers and uh, put everything on the board.  So ya. There you go.

I also then ate it all.  My friend helped a little.

PSIMG_8764. I also just put some cheese and tomatoes on bread, put it in the oven for 10 minutes. Then I had some leftover smoked salmon, and put it on some toasted bread with olive oil and salt.   I had leftovers, figured I should use them somehow! Doesn’t look great, but pretty tasty and simple.

2 thoughts on “Cheese Board

    1. Blue cheese with truffle honey would probably be amazing. Truffle honey tends to quite strongly taste of truffle, once you open the jar, you can definitely smell it (which I love). If you are into truffle, I recommend trying it 🙂

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