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Springtime Appetizer on a Board


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Ingredients

1. Basic ingredients:

1-2 loaves of French bread (baguette), sliced (toasted if you like)
Whole wheat crackers
Pita wedges, toasted
Antipasti – grilled eggplant and bell pepper or hummus (store-bought or home-made)
Local cheeses
Your choice of Patience Fruit & Co mix (Moka Moments, Tropical Delight or Sea Salt and Pepper).

 

2. Vegetables (preferably seasonal veggies from local producers):

White asparagus, beets, carrots, beans, sugar snap peas, fresh radishes, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, etc.

 

3. Fruit:

Pears, strawberries, figs, peaches, apricots, apples, etc.

 

4. Edible herbs and flowers (micro-greens, alfalfa sprouts, etc.)

Preparation time 20 minutes
Cooking time None Portions 8 to 12 servings with drinks

At last! Winter is officially over! Before you know it, public markets will be bustling with life and there will be a gradual increase in the amount of fresh local produce available.

Are you hosting happy hour in the near future? Let spring’s vibrant flavours and colours guide you in assembling a versatile appetizer filled with local charcuterie and cheese. It’s easier than you think! Play around with different textures, mixed veggies and fruits, nuts and dried cranberries, crackers, and fresh-baked bread.

Check out our one-of-a-kind cheese and charcuterie board. It’s sure to be a big hit at your next happy hour!

Ingredients

1. Basic ingredients:

1-2 loaves of French bread (baguette), sliced (toasted if you like)
Whole wheat crackers
Pita wedges, toasted
Antipasti – grilled eggplant and bell pepper or hummus (store-bought or home-made)
Local cheeses
Your choice of Patience Fruit & Co mix (Moka Moments, Tropical Delight or Sea Salt and Pepper).

 

2. Vegetables (preferably seasonal veggies from local producers):

White asparagus, beets, carrots, beans, sugar snap peas, fresh radishes, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, etc.

 

3. Fruit:

Pears, strawberries, figs, peaches, apricots, apples, etc.

 

4. Edible herbs and flowers (micro-greens, alfalfa sprouts, etc.)

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Steps

  1. Assemble all ingredients on a large wooden serving board or a big plate. Place in the middle of the table and serve.

Recommendations

Try to find an oversized wooden serving board or a plate made by a local potter, so you have room to arrange the meats and cheeses in imaginative ways.

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