Roots To Table Shares Article Offering Tips On Using Its Bamboo Charcuterie Board And Knife Set
Roots To Table, a food-inspired lifestyle brand that manufactures and markets charcuterie boards, is highlighting a recent article from the online publication Living Social that shares tips on how to craft the best possible charcuterie experience.
A spokesperson for Roots To Table comments on the article from Living Social by saying, “There is just so much to learn when it comes to building the perfect charcuterie board. It is a treat for all the senses that you can never get perfect. After you finish, you will always think of a variation that you wish you had tried. This is a very engaging hobby and you can get sucked into this rabbit hole for hours. Of course, the harder you work, the more interesting and fulfilling the experience is going to be for you and your guests. The article from Living Social lays down some neat considerations that you should make while buying a charcuterie board. It also offers a list of ingredients that you can try incorporating into your overall recipe the next time that you are preparing one. If you are just finding out about this centuries-old French food tradition, you are welcome to browse the article to find out more. When you are convinced that you want to try this out, head over to our Amazon store page and check out the Roots To Table bamboo charcuterie board, which has everything that Living Social recommends, for yourself.”
The article from Living Social begins with a lighthearted and inviting introduction that says, “Charcuterie is my love language. If there's an event where a cheese platter isn't welcome, I have yet to find it. Book club? Thanksgiving? A Monday night? Make a cheese board! However, sculpting the perfect setup for your guests (and your Instagram aesthetic) can be a bit overwhelming. To prevent an emotional breakdown in the deli aisle, use our checklist to craft the best charcuterie board.”
The article then recommends that one should opt for bamboo or wooden charcuterie boards to make the experience feel rustic and traditional. Boards with handles are easy to carry and those with ridges are well suited to hold small circular fruits in place. The article also suggests getting tools such as a cheese slicer and dedicated cutlery set to make short work of the different types of cheeses that get served on a charcuterie board. Finally, the article stresses the importance of having small serving bowls that serve a stylistic purpose but also “allow you to quarantine specific ingredients to avoid a contamination of flavors.”
Finally, the article lists the ingredients that it recommends everyone should try out for their charcuterie preparation. It lists assorted cheeses that include soft cheeses such as brie, goat, and mozzarella balls, semi-soft cheeses such as Havarti, provolone, and muenster, and hard cheeses such as manchego, asiago, smoked gouda, and sharp cheddar. It also lists fresh fruit such as green or red grapes, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and pear slices. When it comes to cured meats, it lists prosciutto, summer sausage, hard salami bites, mortadella, savory veggies, roasted red peppers, green or black olives, and spicy pickles. Finally, it lists bread types and spreads such as thinly sliced french bread, crackers or breadsticks, fruit spreads, honey, and candied walnuts or almonds.
Readers looking for the perfect cheeseboard, that includes all the aforementioned tools and includes the features that Living Social strongly recommends a charcuterie board should have, are urged to check out the Roots To Table Bamboo Charcuterie Cheese Board and Knife Set. Available for an affordable price of just $29.99, it is stain and odor resistant due to its choice of material which is sustainably grown, 100% natural BPA-free bamboo wood. It also includes other features such as a removable hidden slotted drawer that seamlessly slides out from cheeseboard, an edged grooved rim for presenting crackers & bread, an elegant grain finish, a warm bamboo color that suits any kitchen, and various slicing, spreading, and serving tools that store perfectly in the hidden drawer.
For more information about Roots To Table, contact the company here:
Roots To Table
228 West Oak loop
Cedar Creek Texas