You guys freaked out of the Mezze platter we did back for Easter (I mean it was the most liked instagram photo I ever posted EVER) – so I figured we should probs up the ante for Memorial Day no!? Get ready… it’s the Appetizer Board to end all boards!
I mean, can we just take a moment to look at this situation. It’s everything you’ve ever wanted piled onto a board that you can easily assemble and then transport outside for your memorial day party! My friends over at DeLallo hooked it up with all their delicious meats, cheeses, olives, snacks… the whole nine yards. There is absolutely zero cooking involved which is so incredible on days when you’re expecting a crowd. No shame in taking some help from the store or ordering a few things on their website!!
Making the perfect Appetizer Board is an art form – and you need a few things to get started! Meats – get a few varieties, some spicy, some herby, some sliced thick, some thin. Cheese – again, get a variety! Anything you’d want to nibble on. Olives – these add endless flavor to a cheese board and who doesn’t love a briny olive! Bread sticks – because you need carbs. Obviously. Nuts and dried fruits – because as much as I’d like to only eat meats and cheese all day, we can mix it up a little bit for good measure. And there you have it!
Happy early Memorial Day!
Here we go…
- DeLallo Hot Sopressata Salumi
- DeLallo Calabreses Hot Sausage
- DeLallo Italian Herb Sausage
- DeLallo Olives Gigantes
- DeLallo Calamata Olives
- DeLallo Green pitted olives
- DeLallo Italian herb sausage
- DeLallo Sea salt grissini breadsticks
- DeLallo Sun Dried Tomato Bruschetta
- DeLallo Sesame breadsticks
- Pepper Jack cheese, sliced or cubed
- Gouda, sliced or cubed
- Monterey Jack, sliced or cubed
- Manchego cheese, sliced or cubed
- Jack cheese, sliced or cubed
- Dried apricots
- Dried apples
- Dried cranberries
- Assorted Crackers
- Thinly sliced prosciutto
- Marcona almonds
- Sesame cashews
- Arrange everything on a large board and go to town with your artistic skills for designing a platter.
I like to group things in piles so it’s easy to identify everything. And that way when something is running low, I can take note, grab some refills from inside, and just start the pile again and let people graze.
Photo by Matt Armendariz / Food Styling by Adam Pearson / Recipe from What’s Gaby Cooking
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