• NATIONAL SITE
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  • ONTARIO
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Nutritional Information

Per serving

Calories:
376
Protein:
29 g
Fat:
20 g
Carbohydrates:
21 g
Sodium:
965 mg

Credit
Jennifer E. Crawford @jennifer.e.crawford

Serves: 10 appetizer servings
Prep Time: 20 mins
TIP: Feel free to add in what you like as per your own tastes. Stone fruits, vegetables, capers, mustards all make great additions too. Grazing boards are great for minimal cooking and a chance to create something really gorgeous to look at (and eat!). Get creative!
  1. Choose a serving platter at least one foot in length, to give lots of room to create your masterpiece!
  2. First, put Greek yogurt and olives into bowls. Place on the board towards opposite ends to anchor things. Then, place the round of room-temperature soft goat cheese (cut into if you like at this point to showcase the inside).
  3. Then, start with the sliced turkey. You can create a turkey rosette by layering the slices over the edge of a wine glass, then inverting them onto the tray. Or, you can fold each slice in half, then again, placing it onto the tray with the edges of the turkey facing upwards. This helps the arrangement to look full and abundant. Arrange in a “swoop” hugging the anchoring bowls or cheese.
  4. Next, arrange the roasted turkey pieces onto the tray, followed by the turkey pepperettes. Try and distribute in little piles all around the board so that it’s always in reach from any angle.
  5. Arrange clusters of the seeded crackers around the board, again making sure they’re within reach from any angle.
  6. Finish by filling out any empty spots with the clusters of nuts, dried fruits, and torn bocconcini.

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