It’s incredible how quickly charcuterie boards rose to prominence during the pandemic. Although charcuterie boards already existed in social gatherings for hundreds of years, becoming a prominent affair in 15th century France, it is ironic how the business boomed today when most people were stuck at home.
How to put together a charcuterie board: arranged aesthetically for a pleasing charcuterie board assembly
Putting together a charcuterie board can be complex. In this piece we show you step-by-step instructions on what to include and how & assemble your board.
The pandemic has millennials obsessing over starting hobbies, mostly on DIY projects. Some are into growing plants, while curious ones have somehow unearthed a french food & lifestyle culture, all the while creating a twist into it - charcuterie plate.
See that bunch of cold cuts, fruits, and crackers stylishly thrown together in a plank? It turns out they're not just random happy accidents. The Charcuterie Board is an art involving essential elements (add to that for the best casual dining experience. Today, we're dishing seven elements that completes a charcuterie board but before that, let's clear some essential questions first. What is a charcuterie board, and how do you pronounce charcuterie board? Charcuterie (shar-koo-dr-ee) Charcuterie is the French word for curing meat, such as bacon, sausages, terrines, hams, galantines, pates, ballotines, confit, and so on. For a millennial trend, you wouldn't guess it to be an old, serious art of Roman and French influence dating back as far as...