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Goat Goodness Cheeseboard

The following guidelines will help you put together a delicious and balanced goat-centric cheeseboard.

Cheese Selection

Serve a minimum of 3 to 6 different types of cheese. Select cheeses that are distinctly different from each other. Choose cheeses with distinct flavours and colours.

Soft Fresh Goat Cheese

Crumbly & sliceable when cold

Firm Goat Cheddar

Mild & buttery

Topped Goat Cheese

Ready to serve Roasted Red Pepper Topped Goat Cheese

Smooth at room temperature

Available in 15 unique flavours, from sweet, to savory to spicy.

Goat feta

Salty & tangy

TRIPLE CRÈME GOAT BRIE

Ooey-gooey goat goodness

Pairings

Add some colour and complimentary flavours to your cheeseboard by incorporating some of the following items:

Something crunchy!

Roasted nuts - almonds, cashews, chestnuts, walnuts, pistachios.

Something salty!

Olives and tapenades.

Something toasted!

Artisanal breads and crackers.

Yummy toppings!

Comfits, honey and chutneys.

Something colourful!

Dried fruit - apricots, cranberries and dates.

Something fresh!

Fresh fruit - blueberries, blackberries and figs. Fresh seasonal fruit is ideal!

Portion Size

As a rule of thumb, plan on preparing 30-60g (1-2 oz) of each cheese per person.

Serving Tips

Temper cheeses by taking them out of the refrigerator up to 45 minutes in advance. Leave rinds on to keep cheese from drying out.

Clean-up

If you have left-over cheese, wrap it in parchment or wax paper and store it in the most humid part of the fridge (usually the vegetable drawer); this will allow the cheese. to breathe.