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Charcuterie Board
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Recipe - Williams Lake
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Charcuterie Board
Prep Time10 Minutes
Servings6
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Ingredients
Prosciutto
Mild Salami
Hot Salami
Chorizo
Melba Toast
Crackers
Provolone
Gouda
Parmigiano Reggiano
Brie
Grapes
Figs
Pears
Pickles
Pickled Beets
Green Olives
Black Olives
Directions
  1. USE A VARIETY OF CURED MEATS

Experiment with different flavours and textures by bringing variety to your charcuterie board.  Try Prosciutto, Salamis both hot and mild, and other cured meats as desired.

  1. LOVE YOUR BREAD & CRACKERS

Add flat breads, crostinis or breadsticks – or better yet, a delicious combination of them all!

  1. CHEESE PLEASE!

Italian cheese (chunked, diced or sliced) complements any Salami and Prosciutto charcuterie board.  Use a combination of a mild cheese (provolone) or a sharper cheese (Parmigiano Reggiano cheese)

  1. GARNISHES

Remember to add your favourite garnishes including fresh fruits (grapes, figs and sliced pear), pickled vegetables or olives.

 

Note: Scale your ingredients to the number of people you are serving.

10 minutes
Prep Time
0 minutes
Cook Time
6
Servings

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Makes 6 servings
Prosciutto
Not Available
Mild Salami
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Schneiders - Salami Trio, 125 Gram
$5.99 was $7.69$4.79/100g
Hot Salami
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Mastro - Salami, Hot Genoa, 100 Gram
$4.79/100g$4.79/100g
Chorizo
Not Available
Melba Toast
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Grissol - Melba Toast - Original, 400 Gram
$5.39$1.35/100g
Crackers
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Western Family - Wheat Entertaining Crackers, 225 Gram
$1.25 was $2.49$0.56/100g
Provolone
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Saputo - Provolone Cheese Slices, 180 Gram
$6.89$3.83/100g
Gouda
Not Available
Parmigiano Reggiano
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Parmigiano Reggiano - Parmesan Cheese, Fresh, 200 Gram
$11.98 avg/ea was $13.18 avg/ea$5.99/100g
Brie
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Alexis De Portneuf - Le Brie D'Alexis Double Cream Brie Cheese - Mild, 300 Gram
$11.29$3.76/100g
Grapes
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Grapes - Green Seedless 1 Bag Approx, 1000 Gram
$8.80 avg/ea was $9.90 avg/ea$0.88/100g
Figs
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Orchard Choice - Mission Figs, 283 Gram
$4.99$1.76/100g
Pears
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Pears - Bartlett, Fresh, 190 Gram
$1.04 avg/ea was $1.25 avg/ea$0.55/100g
Pickles
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Western Family - Sweet Gherkins Pickles, 375 Millilitre
$3.79$1.01/100ml
Pickled Beets
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Bick's - Pickled Sliced Beets, 750 Millilitre
$4.99$0.67/100ml
Green Olives
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Western Family - Colossal Stuffed Queen Olives, 375 Millilitre
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$2.99 was $3.79$0.80/100ml
Black Olives
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Mezzetta - Imported Pitted Kalamata Olives, 398 Millilitre
$9.99$2.51/100ml

Directions

  1. USE A VARIETY OF CURED MEATS

Experiment with different flavours and textures by bringing variety to your charcuterie board.  Try Prosciutto, Salamis both hot and mild, and other cured meats as desired.

  1. LOVE YOUR BREAD & CRACKERS

Add flat breads, crostinis or breadsticks – or better yet, a delicious combination of them all!

  1. CHEESE PLEASE!

Italian cheese (chunked, diced or sliced) complements any Salami and Prosciutto charcuterie board.  Use a combination of a mild cheese (provolone) or a sharper cheese (Parmigiano Reggiano cheese)

  1. GARNISHES

Remember to add your favourite garnishes including fresh fruits (grapes, figs and sliced pear), pickled vegetables or olives.

 

Note: Scale your ingredients to the number of people you are serving.