Bamboo Charcuterie Board And Knife Set Maker Roots To Table Shares Interesting Article

Charcuterie board retailer Roots To Table is encouraging the existing owners of and those interested in purchasing its cheese board and knife set to check out an article that shares tips on how to make a presentable and well-rounded charcuterie board. The article also discusses a little history of the word “charcuterie”, the equipment, and tools that one should keep handy while working on one, and finally a list of food items that are generally part of a finished platter.

The article shared by Roots To Table has been published on Chef’s Toys, a blog that discusses topics such as restaurant equipment, food prep, storage & transport, janitorial, kitchen supplies, tabletop, workplace safety, and more. The introduction to the article which perfectly sums up its content says, “Charcuterie is so much more than a cheese plate. It’s a blank canvas where you can assemble fine cheeses, cured meats, and complementary side dishes. It’s also the perfect centerpiece for a party, whether you’re hosting a classy dinner or a casual sports hangout. In this handy guide, we’ve shared how to make a charcuterie board that impresses your guests with sophisticated flavors. We’ve also outlined what you’ll need to prepare and present the charcuterie properly, how to pick your meats and cheeses, and more.”

A spokesperson for Roots To Table explains why they chose to promote the article from Chef’s Toys by saying, “Our customers who are new to the joys of charcuterie board planning and preparation deserve to find out a little more about its rich history. You would be surprised at how many of our customers use and enjoy our products for a long time without learning of the rich charcuterie tradition. Though the article does not delve into it too much, it offers a great tidbit about the history of the charcuterie board that should prompt some of our customers to do some research for themselves. It also touches on the important components that make a charcuterie board functional and a breeze to handle and serve. We are delighted that publications are paying attention to this old culinary art form and helping people get the information they need to assemble a cheeseboard and partake in this rich experience. We recommend that you check out the article for yourself. You are also encouraged to head over to our Amazon store page and find out more about the Roots To Table charcuterie board and why our customers are raving about it.”

The article from Chef’s Toys says that utensils are key to getting the most out of a charcuterie board as they are used to assemble cheese/crackers, spread pate onto the bread, and pick up meats. Slicer knives that come in a set and allow for the slicing of bread, fish, and cooked meats are also essential to make clean cuts of the meats and cheeses to serve the entire party. On the topic of the underlying board material, the article suggests picking up a wooden board that is ideal for charcuterie spreads or a melamine board that is crafted with hard organic plastic and offers features such as being dishwasher safe, anti-bacterial, and having a premium look.

The Roots To Table Charcuterie bamboo charcuterie cheese board and knife set is made from stain and odor resistant, sustainably grown, 100% natural BPA-free bamboo wood. It is generously sized coming in at 13.3 inches long, 13.3 inches wide, and 1.4 inches tall. It has a stainless-steel tray that neatly stores the stainless-steel utensils (3 knives and 1 fork) that it comes with. The company recommends it as a gift for all kinds of occasions such as housewarmings, anniversaries, Cinco De Mayo, weddings, bridal showers, Mother’s Day, bridal showers, 4th of July, birthdays, Valentine’s Day, Christmas, and more. It is particularly highlighting the upcoming Father’s Day holiday which it claims offers the perfect excuse for sons and daughters all over the country to show their paternal figure appreciation by gifting them the Roots To Table charcuterie board.


For more information about Roots To Table, contact the company here:

Roots To Table
Alan Burton
228 West Oak loop
Cedar Creek Texas