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    Charcuterie Platter




    This past Sunday night I hosted a Wine Tasting Party at my home. The first course was a Charcuterie platter. For those unfamiliar with what this is, Charcuterie comes from the French and refers to cooked, cured or smoke meats such as bacon, ham, sausage, and pates. I served 3 different meats for my plate--two types of salamis and a Coppa which is similar to prosciutto. I also served homemade chicken liver pate, hummus, fresh fruits, nuts, gherkins, dried fruits, crackers, bread and several cheeses. For this course, I served a lovely Chardonnay from Chile.

    It was so much fun putting this platter all together and here's what the finished product looked like:

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    That looks amazing & delicious!!! I love wine tasting parties... Did you sample lots of different wines?!! I like reds and whites... Lol


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    Re: Charcuterie Platter




    Quote Originally Posted by ddnene View Post
    That looks amazing & delicious!!! I love wine tasting parties... Did you sample lots of different wines?!! I like reds and whites... Lol


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    I had 5 different wines, Tracey and the theme was South American wines (2 whites and 3 reds). I had [MENTION=616]Ftse 100[/MENTION] and Phil and Maggie (Dolphin and wife) over, along with another couple. It was so much fun!! Can't wait for my next one
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    yumm it looks really nice guys
    Last edited by bullmama; 11-23-2014 at 03:47 PM.

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    A crusty baguette slices, breadsticks and crackers that contain nuts and seeds are great choices.
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