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Refreshing Citrus and Spice Cheese Board for Summer

    citrus and spice cheese board

    Citrus and spice cheese board with everything nice when your guests drop by this summer for game night, sparkling conversation or a planning session for the next party. Cheeses, orange slices, berries, almonds and olives.

    Citrus and Spice Cheese Board Ideas

    Course: Charcuterie and Cheese boardsCuisine: American
    Servings

    4

    servings
    Prep time

    30

    minutes

    Ingredients

    • Real California brie cheese

    • black olives

    • green olives

    • dried oranges, sliced

    • Real California pepper jack cheese sliced

    • almonds

    • raspberries

    • blackberries

    • Real California burrata cheese

    • honey, for garnish

    • fresh herbs, for garnish

    Directions

    • To assemble cheese board: On large board, plate or tray, arrange brie cheese, olives, dried orange slices, sliced pepper jack cheese and almonds.
    • On smaller board, arrange raspberries and blackberries around burrata cheese placed in center of board. Garnish cheese with honey and fresh herbs. Place smaller board into empty space on larger board.
    Source

    Real California Milk

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