'Cheese Please' Charcuterie BoardSold Out
3 x 20 x 19 cm
The creator of this charcuterie board had cheese in mind when she designed this handmade serving board. The set is great for entertaining, for a solo night in, or as a gift for your cheese loving friends. The board comes with a tin of beeswax and an engraved cheese knife.
Care Instructions: Clean your charcuterie board after each food serving by hand with very little soap and warmish water (no dishwasher!). Allow it to dry upright, seperate from other boards or kitchen utenstils. Do not leave your board in water. Use a food-safe mineral oil and lint-free cloth to polish your board once a month or more, depending on use, to protect your board and maintain an attractive finish.
Lynn Gray, a member of the MIWG, makes charcuterie and cribbage boards that feature themes of land, sea, air. Her functional pieces are also described as works of art. The boards are burned one dot at a time with a wood burning tool on an extremely high heat. Each of her pieces feature a First Nations Hand Pulled Cedar Board Braid made by two First Nations artists, Ken F. Cooper and Gina A. Hunt. These braids are extremely durable, similar to leather, and can be used to safely hang the board.