The Modern Cheeseboard Cookbook Review

The Modern Cheeseboard Cookbook Review

Title: The Modern Cheeseboard: Pair your way to the perfect grazing platter
Author: Morgan McGlynn
Published: August 30, 2022, White Lion Publishing
No. of Pages: 176
Cover Price: $26.00 Hardcover, $17.09 Kindle

Everybody loves cheese, and cheese is often an important addition to boards, which have been all the rage for the last couple of years. Morgan McGlynn, a cheesemonger and owner of a cheese shop in North London, has used her abilities to design perfect cheeseboards with perfect pairings in her book, The Modern Cheeseboard: Pair your way to the perfect grazing platter.

The cookbook contains plenty of information on how to cut, store, and choose cheese.

There are beautiful, professional photographs of each cheese board, making it easy to duplicate them at home. Each board has a complete list of ingredients to add to each board. There are fruit and cheese boards, vegetable and cheese boards, and boards with baked cheeses, whipped cheeses, and cut cheeses. There are boards to serve on holidays, and boards with ingredients from all over the world such as tapas, caprese, and paneer boards. There are ideas for a birthday board, and dessert boards, all beautiful. Not only are the boards beautiful, but they have very appealing ingredients that everyone will love.

Even non-cooks can duplicate these beautiful boards, since there aren’t actual recipes to make additions to the boards, and most include everything that is store-bought. Each board has not only a listing of ingredients, but also accompaniments and the garnishes that make them appealing.

This is an excellent book for anyone who wants ideas for board presentations.

Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.

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