Three charcuterie trays.
There was a particularly poignant episode of the now-canceled series Raising Hope featuring a wife and her three brother-husbands, and while explaining their lifestyle to others said, “A relationship isn’t a two-way street, Mike. It’s a five-way intersection. ”
I use this quote an uncomfortable amount of times.
Also, it applies to my love of charcuterie. Why stop at one?
On this episode of Brittany’s Always Hungry, I am showing you how to make three quick and cheap charcuterie trays, perfect for parties, or sitting by yourself in front of the tv eating your feelings.
Listen to me, you are special, and you deserve your own personal buffet of food if you want one.
Today I am making a traditional cheese and meat charcuterie, nacho charcuterie, and then a spinning dessert charcuterie display.
Now it’s time for a breakdown…
Cheese and Meat Charcuterie: Hard cheddar, cheese curds, mozarella cheese whips, Genoa salami, prosciutto, sesame flat bread, poppy seed crackers, butter crackers, salted whole cashews, sweet and hot pickles, seedless grapes, and dark chocolate.
Nacho Charcuterie: Sliced mango with Tajin, guacamole, pickled hot jalapeno, yellow queso, salsa, corn tortilla chips, Taquitos, blue corn tortilla chips, black bean chips, and rolled street taco size flour tortillas.
Dessert Charcuterie: Chocolate donuts, chocolate chip dunkers, chocolate chip cookies, chocolate caramel with sea salt, chocolate pizelles, Oreos, cookies and cream brownie bites, vanilla cream filled pirouline, and seedless grapes.
Looking for trays? You can’t beat Target or TJ Maxx, but also think outside the box! I buy lots of industrial and interesting trays from patio displays at home improvement stores!
In summation…. check out these weirdos!