Have you been asked to bring a cheese board to the next scout meeting? Or maybe to your book club meeting? If you are bringing A Pot Luck Cheese Board to your next event, you will love this one!

How to Make a Pot Luck Cheese Board

This Cheese Board focuses on quantity rather than variety. If you are feeding a lot of people, you need a large quantity of cheese, fruit, and meat.

Here’s what I used:

  • Gouda
  • Smoked Gouda
  • Swiss
  • Colby Jack
  • Summer Sausage
  • Red Grapes
  • Strawberries
  • Sourdough bread slices

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How it Comes Together

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About Author

Even before starting her food blog, Burnt Macaroni, Christine had a passion for cheese, photography and sharing a meal with friends. A Cheese Board was created to inspire a cheese-loving community to share cheese with friends and family. You can also find Christine online at Christine Huston and on Instagram!

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