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    Entertaining

    Style a Valentine’s Grazing Board

    Any occasion to style (and enjoy eating from) a grazing board is a good occasion!

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    I was excited to use my new board that my children gave me for Christmas. This is the biggest board I have and also has the most character. I love selecting a specific board for a special occasion.

    These are some beautiful boards available from Williams Sonoma.

    If you are looking for a large round board like mine, this one from Pottery Barn is a good choice. A board can be styled as a cheese board to include a selection of cheeses and accompaniments, or as a charcuterie board with a variety of meats and the accompaniments for them.

    This is how my countertop looks before I start my board…crazy, right? I won’t end up using all of these things, but I like to make sure I have ample things to choose from when putting together my board.

    I find that cookie cutters are a great help when I want to add some special shapes to my boards. For this board I used a heart shaped cookie cutter on slices of mozzarella cheese. Keep in mind, you can do this with any shape for any occasion.

    If I am using bowls of anything, I like to put them in the middle of the board first and then build up my board around the bowls. For this one, I filled heart shaped bowls with pita chips and hummus.

    Don’t be afraid to add additional dishes should you need or want to contain some of your items. I used dishes for nuts, olives, boursin cheese, cornichons and honey. Vegetables are a great enhancement to a board like this.

    Add hearts where you can, like cutting a cherry tomato into two halves and putting them together.

    Of course if you can add heart shaped crackers to keep the Valentine’s theme going. These are from Valley Lavosh. You can find these here from Walmart.

    My tip for adding prosciutto to your board is to wrap small pieces of it around breadsticks. Try this for a easy way to serve it!

    Use those cheese slice hearts all around your board.

    My grazing board is all finished and ready to share! Notice the little Valentine’s M & M’s I sprinkled around the board. Whatever your plans, I hope your Valentine’s Day and each and every day has at least a little love in it!

    You may want to check out the Valentine’s Dessert Board I styled last year!

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    Chloe is the creator of Celebrate & Decorate. Chloe is passionate about having a comfortable and well designed home - she also loves to entertain family and friends. Learn more about Chloe. Follow Chloe: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube

    10 Comments

    1. Pat Burnette says:

      All that board needs is paper doilies or covered with a Valentine table cloth or dish towel. Yummy!

    2. This is absolutely both adorable and genius! I love grazing with foods like this. It’s a wonderful display, Chloe. Pinned!

      1. Thanks so much Rita, we love these too! It is such a great casual way to entertain,isn’t it?

    3. Such a cute idea Chloe! Love the heart crackers!

      1. Thanks so much Jenna! I spotted those last year and it was too late to get them, I planned ahead this year!

    4. What a great way to inspire munching! Lovely Chloe!

    5. I spotted this on Instagram and had to come and take a closer look. This is so darned cute. I never would have though to cut cheese slices in heart shapes. What a great idea. I also love the crackers and am now on the hunt for some of my own. Thanks, as always, for the inspiration.

      1. Thanks for coming by Pattie, the little hearts add the Valentine’s touch to the board. The crackers can be ordered from Amazon!

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