What gift should you give?


Thanksgiving was just around the corner, and now the long holidays are coming. One of the biggest questions during these hectic and worrisome times is, “what gifts should you get for your friends and families?” We always want to be that discerning friend, and we want our gifts to be cherished with fond memories through our little gestures of kindness. With so many things to pay attention to and with the prevailing pandemic, we have to be sensitive, caring, and thoughtful to what we give each for our loved ones. 

You can give your loved ones a wonderful time and let them into this trend by introducing them to a charcuterie and cheese board experience. In this nourishing and gastronomic endeavour, they can indulge in a plethora of rich flavours and textures. And since it is that time of the year, wrapping up a Round Cheese Board or a Slate Cheese Board as a present would be a pleasant Christmas gift. You can help them set a lovely, convenient, and enticing Christmas Cheese Board as a way of starting this age-old tradition in their families and families to come. 

Considering how tumultuous this holiday season is, we’ve prepared a Christmas Cheese Board that is easy to follow and convenient without any cooking involved, which can still create that festive atmosphere at home full of holiday spirit. You can start with the following easy to get cheeses – brie, gouda, manchego, provolone, and Pepper Jack.

Cut and slice the brie and gouda into wedges, while thinly slicing the manchego and provolone, and cubing the Pepper Jack into bite-sized pieces and place them on your round cheese board. Along the spaces, add some savoury crackers and butter-toasted baguettes. Put some diced granny smith apples, pomegranate, halved figs, grapes, and some cherries into the mix. Add a cup of pistachios, some olives, and garnish it with a few fresh sprigs of rosemary. On the side, pour some red wine, and now you have a wine and cheese board. Don’t forget to take a picture of your excellent, holiday-themed wine and cheese board.

What gift should you give?