You may have noticed that charcuterie boards are all the rage right now. If you haven’t, start noticing on social media. They are everywhere. There’s so much you can do with charcuterie boards. I have to admit that I’ve only made one, but it was fun putting it together. The thing about charcuterie boards is that you can take any food you’re obsessed with and turn it into a charcuterie board. They are fun and so visual. There’s just something completely delightful about a display of food on a charcuterie board.
Today I’m excited to share a new book with you, from one of my long time friends.
I happen to have a long time blog friend, Sandy Coughlin, who blogs at The Reluctant Entertainer who I consider the queen of charcuterie boards. She amazes me with all her beautiful displays when I see her feed on Instagram. Sandy is such a sweet friend, beautiful inside and out. We used to see each other periodically at conferences and such and it’s been a long time since we connected in person, but i will never forget her sweet personality and how much I admire her for her talents in the kitchen. She’s the entertainer I would like to be and she sent me her new book to peruse and it is gorgeous.
Take a look at Sandy with that cinnamon roll board. Oh my goodness, does that look great! I happen to be a cinnamon roll lover. This book covers it all, from breakfast to brunch, lunch, and dinner.
Sandy has just written and launched a new book, Big Boards for Families all about putting together charcuterie boards. All sorts of boards. I’m sharing a few pages with you today, but truly the sky is the limit when it comes to putting a charcuterie board together.
Sandy’s new book is a beautiful book of eye candy for the tummy, as she shares these healthy, wholesome charcuterie boards, plus food spread recipes to bring your friends and family around the table for good eats and fellowship.
Don’t miss Sandy on Instagram, she has a big following over there too and you will drool over her charcuterie boards.
Sandy’s boards are a feast for the eyes and I can imagine how her guests love coming to her house and dining on one of these beautiful displays. It’s a great way to feed a lot of guests at a time.
The summer burger board looks delicious! What a fun way to serve burgers, right? Corn on the cob, plus fruit and burger fixings, she’s got it all covered, plus it looks so darn pretty.
I happen to love Mexican food and this nacho board is right down my alley. This one looks so delicious and creative.
You can really do any sort of presentation your heart desires. Cheese, crackers, spreads, meats, fruit, olives, chopped veggies, so many things can go on a charcuterie board to make it tasty and healthy.
Another Mexican delight, a taco board looks so delicious. It’s making me hungry just looking at it. And look how many you can feed with this taco board.
I really want to try doing charcuterie boards more often. They are fun, beautiful and a great crowd pleasing way to eat and socialize. Have you done a charcuterie board yet? As I said, I’ve only done one, but it was fun to put together using what I had in the pantry at the time. These big boards are a beautiful way to entertain, so consider adding one to your line-up.
If you’d like to order a copy of Big Boards for Families, Sandy’s new book, you can find it here: