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Meats, cheeses, olives, fruits, veggies, crackers, spreads, and more! Who doesn't love a good charcuterie board? Now's your chance to make your own at San Joaquin Winery. We'll see you there!

Make Your Own Charcuterie Board at San Joaquin Winery

MADERA — Come to San Joaquin Winery this Thursday and make your own charcuterie board! This fun event will show you how to make your own charcuterie board, with a little help from @_the_charcuties_.

Image of the San Joaquin Winery logo. Date & Time: Thursday, April 6, 2023, from 6 to 8 p.m.

$80 per person. Price includes all supplies and one drink ticket.

Limited space so call 559-673-0066 to reserve your spot today!

Check them out on Facebook!

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Image by Anto Meneghini.

San Joaquin Winery
21821 Avenue 16
Madera, CA 93637

Top Tips for an Awesome Charcuterie Board

Charcuterie boards are a popular and versatile way to serve delicious finger foods at parties, gatherings, or even as a snack. Here are some tips for creating a great charcuterie board:

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    Image by Anto Meneghini.

    Start with a good board or platter. Choose a board that is large enough to hold all of your food items and has enough space for guests to access different areas of the board. Wood, slate, or marble boards are all great options.

  2. Mix and match textures and flavors. Incorporate a variety of meats, cheeses, fruits, nuts, and crackers or breads. Include items with different textures, such as soft cheeses, hard cheeses, and cured meats, to add visual interest and variety.
  3. Choose a theme. Select a theme or color scheme for your board to guide your food choices. This can be based on a holiday, a season, or a specific cuisine.
  4. Consider dietary restrictions. Be sure to include options for guests with dietary restrictions, such as vegetarian or gluten-free items.
  5. Add some garnishes. Fresh herbs, olives, pickles, or spreads can add a pop of color and flavor to your board.
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    Image by Leilani Angel.

    Pay attention to presentation. Arrange your items in an aesthetically pleasing way, using different heights and textures to create visual interest. Don’t be afraid to get creative with your arrangements!

  7. Serve at room temperature. Allow your meats and cheeses to come to room temperature before serving to enhance their flavors.
  8. Don’t forget the wine! Wine is a classic pairing for charcuterie boards, so be sure to include a variety of options for your guests to enjoy.

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Check out this video on how to make the ultimate charcuterie board! 

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