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A Charcutrie Board paired with Vin Bon’s Moscato is guaranteed to impress your friends at your next gathering.

Total Time: Prep 25 Min. Serving: 6-8


  • Assorted olives

  • Assorted nuts

  • Assorted dried or fresh fruit

  • Sliced French stick

  • Bread sticks

  • Hot pepper jelly

  • Prosciutto

  • Cacciatore sausage, mild or hot

  • Salami, mild or hot

  • Capicollo, mild or hot

  • Parmigiano cheese

  • Havarti cheese

  • Cheddar cheese

  • Asiago cheese

  • Smoked Gouda cheese


Arrange selection on a large wooden cutting board.

We suggest surrounding meats with small bowls of garnishes, such as mustard, pickles, olives, nuts and marinated artichokes, for interesting, flavourful combinations. Arrange prosciutto-wrapped chunks of melon or figs around the edge of the platter. Offer an array of breads and crackers, making sure none of them are strongly flavoured enough to overpower the meat. Crusty baguette slices, breadsticks and crackers that contain nuts and seeds are great choices.

Don’t let charcuterie stand for more than two hours at room temperature. It’s better to make two smaller platters and switch to a fresh one after the initial couple of hours.

Not sure how to pronounce Charcutrie? We can help.

Pronunciation: Charcutrie Board charcuterie shahr/kew/tree

Bon appetite!

This recipe courtesy of Canadian Living.

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