Roots To Table Suggests 24 Ways To Use Its Bamboo Charcuterie Board And Knife Set

A blog post from recipe blog Homebody Eats, that shares 24 creative charcuterie board ideas, has caught the attention of charcuterie board and knife set maker Roots To Table. The company asserts that the ideas mentioned in the article are a perfect way to decorate and use its charcuterie board set.

Homebody Eats bills itself as a free and fun version of a home chef culinary school. It teaches its readers the history of a dish, why culinary professionals use certain techniques in the kitchen, and how the ingredients selected affect the final dish.

The introduction to the blog post that is being highlighted by Roots To Table says, “Need some creative charcuterie board ideas to spice up your appetizer game? Check out these unique charcuterie board ideas. Each of these themes plays a unique twist on the classic cheese and charcuterie boards we all love. These boards would be a great addition to any party, happy hour menu, or, as a holiday appetizer. Use this as inspiration to help create your own works of art.” The blog post then goes on to list several themes and gives the reader 3 charcuterie board ideas that match each of those themes.

The blog post picks the theme “Boards For Every Season” for soirees that meet up a couple of times a year when friends and family need to mark the occasion of changing weather. It includes ideas such as the Fall Charcuterie Board, Summer Charcuterie Board, and Spring Charcuterie Board.

For specific holidays when a party or gathering is inevitable, the blog post suggests the theme “Boards For a Holiday” which includes ideas such as the 4th of July Board, Halloween Charcuterie Board, and Valentine’s Day Board.

If the hosts of the party are inviting over a family that has several young ones who need to be entertained, the blog post suggests the theme - “Kid-Friendly Boards”, which includes ideas such as the Pancake Breakfast Board, Healthy Snack Board, and Summer Shark-Cuterie.

For those with a sweet tooth who need charcuterie board ideas that make for a great after-lunch or after-dinner treat, the blog post suggests the theme - “Dessert Boards”, which includes ideas such as the Strawberries & Cream Board, Candy Charcuterie Board, and Loaded S’Mores Board.

For the theme “Boards With Creative Shapes”, the article selects the Birthday Number Board, Pretzel Board, and Christmas Tree Cheese Board.

In case friends and family are meeting over to catch up just because, the blog post recommends a generalized theme called - “Boards to go along with a Theme”, which includes the Greek Appetizer Platter, Galentine’s Day Sweet Treats, and Tamale Platter.

For party hosts who want to make something small, quick, and easy, the blog post suggests the “Small Boards” theme with ideas such as the Individual Cheese Board, Jarcuterie, and Date Night Charcuterie Board.

Finally, party planners who want board ideas that pair well with a drink can look at the theme “Drink Boards” which includes the Hot Cocoa Board, Bloody Mary Board, and Sangria board.

Roots To Table claims that its Cheese Board & Knife Set which is available on is the ideal charcuterie board for serving cheese and meat platters. At just $29.99, it is also very affordable given the number of features it has and the number of accessories that it ships with. Some of the board’s salient features include a removable hidden slotted drawer that seamlessly slides out from the cheese board, an edged grooved rim for presenting crackers and bread, and various slicing, spreading, and serving tools. The board itself is made from 100% natural BPA-free bamboo that is sustainably sourced and does not stain or absorb any odors.

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 especially urging customers to pick it up as a gift for the upcoming Father’s Day holiday in June.


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