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Charcuterie Heaven

Charcuterie boards are one of my favorite things and I was lucky enough to have three of them in one week!


This skellie board was one my daughters and I did for my birthday.  You might remember the skeleton from most post a few weeks ago when one of Grandsons buckled him up in our car.  The skeleton board was all candy and sweets, but the cheese board next to it was cheese and crakers.  The speckled cheese was our favorite.  It was red and green bell pepper cheese with a bit of spice.  

This next one was a board we purchased at Provisions Cheese and Wine Shop in Wetumpka, Alabama.
Funny story about the board.  We ordered the $10 board to go with our $5 Mimosas and they brought this.  We immediately thought they must lose money on the boards!  The owner came by a bit later and told us they had made a mistake and gave us the Humphrey Bogart Board in error ($28).  We totally lucked out!  The bottom cheese was a cave aged cheddar and we loved it.  The crackers were pumpkin with a basalmic glaze.  Amazing!

The mimosa in the top of the picture is my ticket to T-day over at Elizabeth's Blog where the T-day gang all share their posts containing a drink of any kind.  Happy T-day friends!!!

One last board - this was from last night.  Since the people at Provisions were so nice, we bought some cheeses to make another tray. 

The brown block on the bottom was a Caramel flavored cheese from Norway.  They told us to put it on waffles and green apples so we did.  I think we were all afraid to try it, but it was wonderful.  The kids were eating it like coffee.  I bought Brownie Belguim waffles instead of making my own.  In the top left corner there is a ghost pepper and pear cheese (wonderful), and in the middle is a BLT cheese ball (it was from my sister-in-law and was a hit).  There is also fried turkey and spicy pickles.  We also had French Fry Mountain.

After all this wonderful and fattening food, I am going to be on a diet for sure.

Hope you had a week full of fun foods and fabulous drinks as well.

Hugz,

Nancy


Comments

  1. You must have a lot of celebrations in your life these days! Or did you save these up from a number of occasions?

    best… mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  2. Those boards all look so delicious. I LOVE the brown Norwegian cheese, it is delicious, and very addictive. I would love to eat my way through your boards! Happy T Day, have a great week, hugs, Valerie

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  3. Wow those boards look amazing. Well done on getting the $28 board for $10, that was a nice bonus. The skeleton one would have been fun for Halloween. Happy T Day Elle/EOTC xx

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  4. Good morning Wow your food boards all look so good. The skeleton board was a great idea for Halloween. they all look really delicious-and you got one of the more expensive ones by accident too-fun Happy T

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  5. All this yummy food. You really got lucky with the $28 board you didn't pay $28 for. It looks delicious. And I agree, there is nothing better than a board so you can nibble. I like the one you and your daughter made with the skeleton too. What fun. I haven't had a mimosa since I think last Christmas. They are great, aren't they? I hope you have a wonderful week Nancy, and a very happy T day too. Hugs-Erika

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  6. The boards are all so attractive! It all looks delicious, and I'd enjoy tasting everything, The mimosa would add a festive touch, too. Happy T Tuesday

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  7. Oh, now I really want a cheeseboard to pick from! These are so well done and delicious looking, and it's been quite awhile since hubby and I enjoyed something like this. Great luck on the mistake board order:) Happy T day!

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  8. Everything looks fantastic and so festive and I wish you a very happy but belated birthday! Now that I'm drooling, I think I'll go find myself a snack ;)

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  9. Lovely and yummy looking spread! These Charcuterie boards are quite popular now. I think this is a great idea for holiday entertaining.
    Happy Tea Day,
    Kate

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  10. I was hungry when I got here, and now I'm even MORE hungry after seeing all those cheeses. You lucked out on that one cheese board and it was great that you purchased a few more cheeses, too. I'd say it was a win-win for you and the shop. I have to admit I've never had a cheese ball I liked, but your sister-in-law's sounds great. Maybe she would share the recipe with me.

    All your Charcuterie boards are wonderful. And of course, I like the mimosa you shared, too. Thanks for these photos of all your Charcuterie boards you had this week, as well as your mimosa for T this Tuesday. Pass the fries, please (grin)!

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  11. I never heard of a charcuterie board before. They look good. Happy T Day!

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  12. I'm hungry now! When I make a cheese board it never looks that good. That French Fry mountain must have been very satisfying! This is a very delicious post!

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  13. Now I am hungry. This is amazing. Love all the food.

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  14. Super boards Nancy, they all look fabulous but I especially like the skeleton one with all the sweets and candy.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  15. Oh! This is bad - I'm drooling over cheese at nearly midnight-I've yet to meet a cheese I didn't like - the caramel one might be a challenge as it just might have a little too much sugar...but if it tastes nice I would be tempted to overlook that! :-)
    Belated Happy T Day, Chrisx

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