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Rustic cheese board styling


When we lived in France we took a lot of things for granted. As we lived in the country side, local produce was available everywhere you went. Things like goats cheese, meats and nice vegetables was a part of every day living. Here, the food is different, so we’re trying to get back into eating some things we really enjoyed whilst in France. At the weekend I went to George Mewes Cheese in Glasgow and bought some really lovely cheeses. I went for a goats cheese and a Parmigiano-Reggiano Parmesan cheese (I know it’s Italian, but so good!).

I recently bought this lovely reclaimed slate cheese board from Duckydora. It’s got amazing colours and texture that really adds to the table. With a bit of aromatic scented thyme, my rustic table smelled gorgeous. We also had ginger ale, which I really enjoy. I love eating things that are a bit different and when it’s as tasty as this, even better. I’ve kept the brown bottles to use as vases. They’re very cute. I removed all the labels.

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slate cheese board

slate cheese board

My black cutlery is from Amara. If you want to order a fork or spoon for styling you can. I think it’s great that you can order individual pieces. They have it in gold too.  You can order the slate cheeseboard from Duckydora

I was really lucky to inherit my Gran’s dinner set. Love it!



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