When it first crossed my mind to kick off the weekend with our 10 favorite cheese plates, I had to look back through our archives about 5 times to ensure that we hadn’t already done this round-up… but is it even possible? Have we really let our 10 Best series go on this long without showcasing our all-time most beloved dish?! Anyone who knows me (Chanel) knows that I am a cheese lover to the core, and in the sweets-versus-savory debate, savory always wins in my book. Somehow, a well rounded cheese plate can act as both an appetizer and a dessert, and if you’re like me, it can suffice as a main course too! What more could you want out of a dish? Click through for some of our favorites, starting with an entire cheese table!
1. dessert cheese table by Sunday-Suppers for Martha Stewart
2. holiday cheese plate 4 ways, from the Blender
3. the perfect cheese plate, from us!
4. holiday cheese board, by forty-sixth at grace for Oh Joy!
5. 6 of 10 6. summer cheese plate from Sprouted Kitchen via Everything Fabulous 7. cheese platter via coffee stained cashmere 8. nicasio valley cheese company cheese plate from Always With Butter 9. killer cheese plate by Caitlin Flemming for Camille Styles
6. summer cheese plate from Sprouted Kitchen via Everything Fabulous
7. cheese platter via coffee stained cashmere
8. nicasio valley cheese company cheese plate from Always With Butter
9. killer cheese plate by Caitlin Flemming for Camille Styles
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One of my favorite things at a party! I think I could have cheese for dinner. Love the roundup.
What a lovely post! Honestly, this post was made for me. I adore cheese and putting all different kinds out for entertaining. I am definitely bookmarking this!
I’ve always loved a cheese plate but never knew how to put one together myself, so I just loved this article!
Had some friends come over on saturday to try it right away! Thank you, girls!
I’m so glad! It’s a skill you’ll be pulling out for dinner parties time and time again… And the variations are endless!
This photo is originally from SproutedKitchen.com. You should credit her for it.
Thanks for bringing this to our attention, Amanda! The credit is updated now 🙂