Ally's Sweet & Savory Eats: Charcuterie Board Gift Pack Giveaway: Day 3

Thursday, December 3, 2020

Charcuterie Board Gift Pack Giveaway: Day 3

It's Day 3 of my 12 Days of Holiday Giveaways!

Today is all about snacking! Three cheers to Cabot Cheese, my friend Megan at The Chicish Chick and some cute Pioneer Woman products, your holiday table will never look better.


Charcuterie Board Gift Pack Giveaway: Day 3

Day 1 and Day 2 have been big hits so far! If you missed them you still have time to enter so make sure to go back here and here for multiple chances to win.

Now today is all about holiday entertaining!

Yes, this year looks different. Unfortunately we are not gathering in large groups and many of us are not seeing many family members, BUT that doesn't mean we still can't enjoy the holidays like we have in the past.

One of our favorite traditions of years past {especially with my side of the family} is to have the main kitchen island filled with snacks and munchies. And what is the big hit of this past year? Charcuterie boards! These boards are filled with cheeses, nuts, meats, crackers, fruits, chocolate and more. They are such a fun way to eat and snack...and make your food look pretty!

Charcuterie Board Gift Pack Giveaway: Day 3

Since charcuterie boards are all the rage, I wanted to make sure they were incorporated into this year's giveaways. My dear friend Megan, from The Chicish Chick, is a fellow Iowa lifestyle blogger. This Fall she released both a charcuterie board design book + these cute, individual charcuterie boards!

They are perfect for place settings during the holidays. I encourage you to drool over her photos HERE. Megan has incredible taste and her place setting photos are gorgeous. She has many left in her store, so make sure to grab some for your table today.

Charcuterie Board Gift Pack Giveaway: Day 3

Now, having a cheese board isn't enough...I had to include more fun goodies. Cabot Cheese and I have worked together many times over the years, they are always very gracious to me. I mean you can't have a charcuterie board without cheese, right?

I drool over their Sharp White Cheddar Cheese every time I'm at Costco {their big block lasts me forever}. I highly suggest grabbing a block of their cheese the next time you are grocery shopping you won't be disappointed.

On top of cheese, you also need some utensils! The Pioneer Woman has an adorable 4-piece cheese knife set that includes: a flat cheese knife, cheese fork, small spade and an open work blade knife. And I threw in her cute and adorable bowl - perfect for olives, nuts or fruit spreads.

Charcuterie Board Gift Pack Giveaway: Day 3

So, here's the fun part!

TWO winners will receive the following:
Simply use the Rafflecopter Giveaway icon below for multiple ways to enter. Also, make sure to follow me on Facebook and Instagram as I'll be choosing one winner via those social media handles as well. U.S. residents only please. TWO random winners will be chosen on December 6th.

A big, beautiful thank you to Cabot Cheese and the The Chicish Chick for partnering on this giveaway. Please visit their sites for your holiday shopping needs.

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15 comments:

  1. I have no idea - I would love to create one but they intimidate me!

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  2. I have never made a charcuterie board before. I would probably try a traditional one first with mostly meats and cheeses.

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  3. I like to include dips, pickles, crackers, meat and cheeses on my boards.

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  4. Oh man I love alllllll the things on them! Cheese is my #1

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  5. We're all about cheese in this house! But we sure could use a charcuterie board and those cute cheese knives!

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  6. I would do a dip, cheese (obvi), crackers (or a fun homemade breadstick of some sort).

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  7. This would be perfect to use when we have cheese, summer sausage, and crackers for a snack or with a meal.

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  8. I'd serve cheese, meats and crackers.

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  9. I would include Cabot cheese, fresh fruit, roasted mixed nuts, assorted crackers, and chocolate.

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  10. I would serve some yummy cheese, grapes, crackers, and some chocolate covered pretzels

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  11. I’d serve cheese, Italian meats, nuts, dried fruits, and fresh berries.

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  12. Definitely Cabot cheese, but also some nice dry salami and an olive assortment

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