Cheese and delicatessen plateau - Le Coup de Grâce

Cheese and delicatessen plateau

Preparation :20 min Cooking :-
Difficulty :easy
Servings :8

Nothing beats a cheese and delicatessen plateau to get along a kick ass beer like the 17e from Unibroue. Not only the flavours will get along perfectly but you will fill your bellies the way you should during the Holidays!

Here are my cheese and delicatessen suggestions that will make your belt explode! Just do a diet in January!

Ingredients

  • 250g classic Breemster cheese
  • 200g Pied-De-Vent cheese
  • 400g Tomme au cidre de pommes cheese
  • 100g Highland blue cheese
  • 200g prosciutto in thin slices
  • 200g Bündnerfleisch (viande des grisons, which is smoked beef)
  • 130g Leeroy sausages from Charcutiers Pork Shop
  • 130g Jack sausages from Charcutiers Pork Shop
  • 250ml calabrese olives
  • 200g duck liver pâté
  • 150g artisan crisps, like cranberry and fennel, raisins and cassis, apricots and rosemary
  • 1 or 2 regular bread baguette
  • 1 or 2 black olives bread baguette

Preparation

  • Take out your most amazing presentation plates and boards then spread everything like a ninja. For the cheese, I suggest yo let them rest 10-15 minutes at room temperature before serving. Eat, drink and be merry!
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Our wine stewards suggest

+- 15$Les Deux Clochers 2014

We start the evening with this amazing starter and a fresh fruity red! A blend of gamay and pinot noir that will seduce your palate. Serve fresh!

+- 25$Heinrich Blaufränkisch 2015

Have you ever tried a red wine from Austria? Made with Blaufränkisch, it brings a pepper side with floral and fruit notes that will be perfect at the apero!

Frappabord, Microbrasserie du Lac St-Jean

Strong cheese, dried meat, sausage and olive all need to be eaten along with a strong beer. So, choose this barley wine with notes of butterscotch, maple, candied orange and ‘’vin cuit’’. If your beer is too bitter for you, eat an olive to soften it and taste the silky texture of barley wine.

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