It might be a bit early to talk about Christmas for some of our readers but for those who like to remain ahead of the game? It is never too early!
As the charcuterie craze continues to take over the world, we are continuously tempted by the many foods that they allow us to re-imagine. We have seen no shortage of boards over the past year or two and they never get old.
With the holidays rapidly approaching, there is no time like the present. See what we did there? Anyway, people are now crafting tall trees out of their fixings and you won’t be able to believe your eyes.
They are truly a sight to behold, whether you are familiar with charcuterie or not. This is one of the best choices that you could make for the holiday season. People are sharing photos of them on social media and it’s so fun to see!
@EITMonline I made a charcuterie Christmas tree tonight lol came out good and yummy. pic.twitter.com/VUEHowrQZX
— *~*Cappy*~* (@mcangel08corn) December 27, 2021
If you are anything like us, you are already wondering how you can put together one of your own. All you need to do is take a quick glance at social media and you are sure to find lots and lots of inspiration.
Ideas are already dancing around in our heads like sugarplums. Once you put these ideas into place, you are sure to wow your guests this year.
Christmas tree charcuterie! (Also not a fish) pic.twitter.com/lM2p3pPIve
— Zumar (@TheRealZumar) December 24, 2019
These tasty towers already have our bellies rumbling, that is for sure. Once you have seen these stacks of deliciousness, you won’t ever be impressed by the same old same ever again.
What a fun treat!
I’ve known of the meat manger for awhile now, but I was today days old when I learned of The Charcuterie Chalet and the Cheese Ball Antipasto Christmas Tree. You’d better believe I’m making ALL of these next year. #jesusisalilsmokie pic.twitter.com/8Xz5SxK1XJ
— Megan Culhane Galbraith (@megangalbraith) January 6, 2022
These amazing combinations brings together the traditional platters that we are used to seeing with a Christmas tree charcuterie board, with incredible results.SKM: below-content placeholder