Building the Easiest Cheese Board

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January 5, 2016

The Easiest Cheese Board Yet // by gabriella @gabivalladares

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  1. Janet says:

    Loooove this post and all the photos! I’m dreaming of our next cheeseboard date 🙂

  2. Cheeseboards are my favorite for when friends are coming over! So delicious and so pretty!

    • gabriella says:

      Aren’t they the best? You simply can’t beat an evening with cheese, bread, and wine!

      g.

  3. Corina Nika says:

    This looks really really good!! I’m more and more into wine lately so will be trying out your cheese board soon!

    • gabriella says:

      Yay! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. I used to despise red wine, but I’m really diggin’ it now – it pairs so well with cheese.

      g.

  4. Amber says:

    This cheese board is beautiful! I’ve been really wanting to make cheese platters basically every night for my two little ones to munch on and start becoming familiar with different types of cheese, etc. This is a perfect place for me to start. I just need to find a nice board… I’d love a white granite one! Going to start hunting…!

    Great post, and photos!

    • gabriella says:

      You definitely should! I’m not as well-versed in types of cheeses out there as I’d like to be, but I’m learning! (Sounds kind of silly, but I’m okay with it). It’s great for snacking on or for entertaining – you’ll have to let me know if you find a white granite board!

      g.

  5. Matthew Pike says:

    You look like the perfect host. I’m into cheese but not the smelly stuff, which seems really popular in the UK.

    Buckets & Spades

    • gabriella says:

      I’m with you there, the smelly stuff is not my favorite. Give me a good brie and I’m set!

      g.

  6. Kia / KTS says:

    I am so loving this. But my biggest problem would be not eating all of the cheese before displaying this to friends lol. This is simply beautiful and I’m so loving the photos as well.

    • gabriella says:

      It’s so difficult to not eat all of it! So, I always allow myself to try a tiny piece of each cheese I’m putting out before everyone comes over 😉

      g.

  7. Astrid says:

    Hi Gabi, I’v really enjoyed reading through your recipe posts, all your cocktails look amazing! I work at SideChef, a cooking app and would love to speak with you about the possibility of featuring some of your recipes on our app. What is the best e-mail to reach you at? I look forward to speaking with you!

    Best,
    Astrid