I’m super excited about today’s guest post from my friend Rachelle of Wiley Valentine. Rachelle is always sharing yummy and healthy food ideas and recipes on her blog, and today she is sharing her tips to creating the perfect cheese and charcuterie plate, and since that’s what I missed most during my pregnancy I’m drooling over here and sending my husband to the market to buy supplies asap. And they are perfect for entertaining or just eating at home with the fam.
Hello there! Rachelle here from Wiley Valentine. I am beyond thrilled to be guest posting for the fabulous Chandra today. Now a little back story to this post, I have a true, deep, passionate love for cheese and charcuterie plates. If you have seen my instagram at all you can see that it is quite common for us to have these at home on a Monday night. I thought it was high time that I divulge my secrets to creating the perfect cheese and charcuterie plate. Not just the usual general “a soft cheese, a semi-soft cheese, a blue, cows milk and goats milk” but actual names of cheese! So here we go!