Winter charcuterie boards

Calling all food lovers! You might not be having guests over this holiday, but these DIY boards are perfect for family grazing. If this is your first time making a charcuterie board, don't sweat it. There's no wrong way to make it. Simply add what you like (go for sweet or savory) and have fun! Remember that part of the magic of a charcuterie board is making it unique to your likes so don't overthink it.

Here's how to arrange a charcuterie board in 4 easy steps:

  1. Set a large board with four small bowls of dipping spices and sauces.
  2. Garnish edges with fresh rosemary or candy canes.
  3. Fill empty spaces with meats, nuts, cookies, meats, cheeses, vegetables etc.
  4. Enjoy!

These DIY charcuterie boards are perfect for holiday family fun:


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