Artisan Cheese Board


Artisan Cheese Board

The key is to buy your favorite cheese, firm, soft, mild, sharp… the more assorted the better! Serve with some nice cold cuts, or smoked salmon and a sumptuous bowl of berries or sliced pears or apples. Add raw almonds or another nut that you love. Finish the board with a bowl of honey for drizzling onto your cheese. Now for the crackers… I LOVE BRETON Garlic-Herb Gluten Free Crackers. Miltons, Mary’s, Saffron Road, Blue Diamond all make superior GF crackers. I’m sure there are so many more to your taste.

Back to the smoked salmon, I prefer gravlax or dill crusted salmon, but, some say it’s best to keep it classic and go for a traditional smoked salmon. I’ve even made my own home made cold smoked salmon in the oven, overnight. It’s a real treat, keep in mind any thing you put on the board will be wonderful. Go for it!

Culinary Delight

Join us at Bibi’z for our mouth watering Artisanal Cheese Board. Pair it with your favorite white or red wine from a selection of 25 wines by the glass, or a lovely port wine.

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Melt the butter in a pan and gently cook the shallots on a low heat for a few minutes. Meanwhile, roughly chop the peas either by hand or briefly in a food processor then add to the shallots with the cream and tarragon. Season and simmer to a thick-ish consistency.

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  1. 4
    Mandee

    You are a genius! What could make soup better than a carby topping? And roast tom soup is my fave 🙂 Stunning photos, as always!

  2. 6
    Kristine

    That is certainly the most gorgeous brie sandwich I’ve ever seen! Any idea on what to substitute for beet pulp for those of us without heavy duty juicers?

  3. 7
    Nikki

    This looks absolutely delicious. Could this be placed in the freezer? And if so do you recommend freezing it before or after it is cooked?

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