Cheese Platter with Fresh Grapes

Cheeses are also better enjoyed with fruit or bread on the side.


December 2011 | By Myke "Tatung" Sarthou
Cheese Platter with Fresh Grapes
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Main Ingredient

Fruit

Type

Appetizers

Preparation Time

00:00:00


Date Published

December 2011

A spread of different cheeses is an easy way to add sophistication and flair to a sit-down dinner. Offer several kinds of cheese—those with different textures (soft, hard, semi-hard), or those that are made from different kinds of milk. Cheeses are also better enjoyed with some fruit or bread on the side. Here, we served the cheeses with grapes.

Serves Prep Time 5 minutes

a good selection of hard, medium, and soft cheeses
     (we used blue cheese, goat cheese, Gruyere, and smoked Edam cheese)
250 grams each seedless green and purple grapes

Dice or slice cheeses into bite-friendly sizes. Arrange on a platter with grapes. Serve with crusty bread and crackers.

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