The Perfect Charcuterie Board to Go

In collaboration with BIZZ; all my opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Little Things with Mo!

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I love a good charcuterie board, and I love designing them as well. Not only are they gorgeous to look at, but they’re delicious and the perfect thing to share with family and friends. I’ve created several for parties and get togethers, but charcuterie is also the perfect thing for a picnic.

If you don’t have a fancy picnic basket or you just want to grab your ingredients for charcuterie really fast, I suggest packing them into these handy BIZZ bento-style lunchboxes! They come in several pastel colors, hold several compartments, easily snap together, and they are sealed tight to prevent any leaks! They are also see-through making it easy to see exactly what is in each container.

There are so many ways you can make a board, and I know when I’m standing in the aisle of Trader Joe’s or Whole Foods, I’m wondering what’s the best combination of cheeses and meats. I’ve tried several different kinds, and I’m sharing with you all one of my favorite combinations!

Simple To-Go Charcuterie Board Recipe

Cheese
– Irish Porter Cheddar Cheese
– Le Delice de Bourgogne – Triple Cream Soft Ripened Cheese

It’s the perfect combination of a soft and a hard cheese!

Meat
– Calabrese Salame, Prosciutto, and Capocollo

Other
-Cheddar Cheese Sticks from Trader Joe’s
-Classic Original Water Crackers

Don’t forget your wine of choice!

Pack them all in your BIZZ lunchbox like below and you have here a cute, delicious spread! These lunchboxes also come with spoons and forks!

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BIZZ also sells more than lunchboxes. They sell stainless steel ice cubes (perfect for your iced coffee and to prevent real ice cubes from watering it down) and an excellent wine set that includes items easy to take with you on your picnic to open a wine bottle. The set includes a wine pump with four reusable silicone corks, a foil cutter, and a cork remover.

What are your favorite charcuterie combinations?

 

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