Sunday, September 6, 2015

Fruit and Cheese Platter/#SundaySupper

Do you know what the best thing is about a Fruit and Cheese Platter? They are quick and easy to put together, with pretty much no work at all! That's what we are celebrating today for #SundaySupper! No Labor Recipes! There really is NO work involved in putting this plate together. Yes, I had to go shopping, but I was going anyway for something else. Plus, I love to shop, so it's not work for me! I picked out four different cheeses and 4 different fruits to make this tray. I didn't use any fancy fruits or exotic cheeses, but I did buy a cheese that I hadn't had before. Making a fruit and cheese platter is the perfect opportunity to try products you may have wanted to try, but were waiting for a reason. Now you have one!

fruit, cheese, grapes, pears, apples, cheddar, havarti,
Fruit and Cheese Plate


Grapes
Pears
Strawberries
Apples
Creamy Havarti
Aged White Cheddar
Apple Smoked Cheddar
Queso Quesadilla
Raw Pecan Halves

grapes, pears, strawberries, apples, white cheddar, apple smoked cheddar, creamy Havarti, Queso Quesadilla
Simply wash your fruit, and slice what is necessary. I used a wire cheese slicer to slice up the cheese, but you could also use a cheese knife or a cheese plane.
grapes, pears, strawberries, apples, white cheddar, apple smoked cheddar, creamy Havarti, Queso Quesadilla
You can put whatever you would like on your Fruit and Cheese Platter. This is a great time to experiment! I added nuts this time to my platter for a little something extra, but I have added small loves of french bread and even broken pieces of chocolate in the past. You favorite dip would fit right in also. It all tastes good!
Enjoy!

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15 comments:

  1. Who needs meals??? I'd be happy to nosh on your fruit and cheese platter all weekend long!!! Beautifully done, Teri!

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  2. Fruit and Cheese platters are always a hit and always make an appearance at parties we have. Yours looks perfect.

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  3. We often eat fruit and cheese plate for dinner and I love seeing different version of it. Yours looks delish!

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  4. Cheese plates are SO easy to make, and just so tasty! I could live on them.

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  5. What a beautiful platter! Just goes to show you don' t need to overcomplicate things!

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  6. Yes! So simple yet so elegant and delicious!

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  7. Cheese and fruit platters are a go-to supper for me when I really can't be bothered to cook! Yours looks gorgeous!

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  8. All I would need it this platter and some wine and I'd have a very happy holiday.

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  9. Is it wrong that I would eat the whole platter myself? Especially if Brie and Camembert were the only cheeses ;-)

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  10. Nothin' better then fruit and cheese! Just beautiful!

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  11. Cheese and fruit are perfect for a gathering of friends and a degustation of various wines and craft beers! Great post!

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  12. This is something I could live on... I just love easy cheese platters with fruit and nuts! Yours is so beautiful --especially with the vintage looking food labels!

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  13. I always pick at the fruit and cheese first!

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  14. Beautiful platter and always a party favorite!

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