Want to win $50 towards buying fantastic charcuterie boards? Show us how you turn a charcuterie board into an experience!
Charcuterieboards.com is hosting a photo contest - all you have to do is take a picture of what you think an amazing charcuterie experience looks like and share it with the world using the hashtag #charcuterieboardcontest.We are looking for beautiful, high quality photos that really spotlight how a charcuterie platter is enjoyed.In summary:
- Photo must include one or more charcuterie boards.- Photo must be your original work.- Photo must be posted on Twitter or our Facebook page, with the hashtag #charcuterieboardcontest.
Winner will be selected from all entries and will receive a $50 gift card to Charcuterieboards.com. Happy serving, and good luck!
Contest starts on 20th December 2015 12:00 AM and ends on 15th January 2016 11:59 PM.
Everyone knows about prosciutto and Calabrese salami. Here are ten meats and cheeses that you probably won’t find at your typical grocery store or deli. A Corsican sheep/goat cheese made from whey. It is a fresh cheese and can be eaten immediately, or can be ripened 14 to 30 days. It has a milky, sweet flavour, and pairs well with Beaujolais or Corsican red wine.
Now that the holidays are approaching quickly, some of you may be looking for interesting hosting and serving ideas. If you’ve never heard of charcuterie boards before, or if you have but have never assembled one yourself, or just want to see if you can get new ideas for yours, read on for some helpful hints on how to make yours a hit.
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