Assemble a Charcuterie Board

Charcuterie board

Products from Washington makers and stores

hand blown wine glasses

Any toast will be that much more celebratory when using one of these hand blown wine glasses fashioned from recycled glass by artisans in Oaxaca, Mexico. Mix and match from the selection of cheerful colors, ranging from fuchsia to saffron to violet. Available at Station 7, a Seattle home décor store that specializes in local goods.

vibrant indigo-dyed cotton napkins

Why pass out paper napkins when these vibrant indigo-dyed cotton versions could be on hand? These are handmade, meaning each has a different pattern on the soft flour-sack material and natural dye. Available at Butter Home in Seattle or online.

charcuterie board

In 2016, Ryan Lee and Kristen Jones moved to Harstine Island to follow their dream: “building a simple life in the woods while crafting small-batch pottery and freshly milled whole grain bread.” Nowadays, under their studio aptly called Baker/Potter, they do just that. Check out their maple serving board, a collaboration with a woodworking friend, Robert Bonnett of Harstine Island Designs, for your next charcuterie platter, complete with an inset ramekin for dipping sauce or nibbles.

0 replies on “Assemble a Charcuterie Board”