A French cheese plate called plateau de fromage can be made with any number of French cheeses. They make over 1000 different types. The earliest cheese is the Roquefort the type with the blue of green vein that was ripened in caves as early as the 17th century.
Often times a French cheese plate is served as dessert. Why not use an artist's palette for a fun little cutting board.
You can also use some artist's brushes to spread the jams for a fun touch, the point is get creative and have some fun.
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Plateau de Fromage (Cheese Plate)
- 3-4 Assorted French Cheeses Brie, Camembert, Roquefort, Brie w/ mushrooms etc.
- a variety of jams strawberry, fig, grape etc.
- a variety of fruit apple, figs, grapes etc.
- Place your cheeses on a cutting board and arrange with your jam and fruit varieties and serve with a french baguette.
- Bon Appetit!