Holiday Charcuterie Wreath
Holiday Charcuterie Wreath
Holiday Charcuterie Wreath
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Holiday Charcuterie Wreath
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Ingredients
1 Deli Platter from Urban Fare
1 bunch of rosemary
Stringless snap peas
½ cucumber
Handful of salad greens
Pecans
Favourite cheeseboard and charcuterie spreads (honey, preserves, mustard, etc.)
Crackers and/or bread to serve
Directions

Choose a serving plate, cheeseboard or cutting board large enough to fit a 12” circle.

Start the wreath by roughly creating the circumference using small handfuls of rosemary.

Fill the wreath shape in first with snap peas, lettuce, and slices of cucumber.

Add the meats in clusters, then the cheeses. Don’t try to be too symmetrical. Small groupings look better than spreading everything out.

Tuck small bowls of nuts and spreads into any gaps, and nestle crackers in last.

Serve with crackers for snacking or with baguette or buns to make sandwiches for a meal.

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1 Deli Platter from Urban Fare
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Urban Fare - Gourmet Italian Deli Platter, 1 Each
$143.00
1 bunch of rosemary
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Western Family - Fresh Rosemary, 20 Gram
$2.49 was $2.59$12.45/100g
Stringless snap peas
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Taylor Farms - Snap Peas, 454 Gram
$7.99$1.76/100g
½ cucumber
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Cucumber - Long English, Fresh, 1 Each
$2.99
Handful of salad greens
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Earthbound Farm - Organic Baby Spinach Spring Mix, 142 Gram
$3.99 was $5.49$2.81/100g
Pecans
Not Available
Favourite cheeseboard and charcuterie spreads (honey, preserves, mustard, etc.)
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Western Family - Whole Grain Beer Mustard, 226 Millilitre
$3.79$1.68/100ml
Crackers and/or bread to serve
Not Available

Directions

Choose a serving plate, cheeseboard or cutting board large enough to fit a 12” circle.

Start the wreath by roughly creating the circumference using small handfuls of rosemary.

Fill the wreath shape in first with snap peas, lettuce, and slices of cucumber.

Add the meats in clusters, then the cheeses. Don’t try to be too symmetrical. Small groupings look better than spreading everything out.

Tuck small bowls of nuts and spreads into any gaps, and nestle crackers in last.

Serve with crackers for snacking or with baguette or buns to make sandwiches for a meal.