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Cheese Platters Made Easy With Kim Soo Home’s Cheese Board

Whether you are hosting an elegant dinner party or simply preparing an afternoon snack, there is something so irresistibly (and deliciously) appealing about a cheese platter. The dynamic interplay between taste, texture, aroma and flavour satisfies like no other. A well-curated cheese flight, with just the right balance of your favourite pairings such as dried fruits, crackers, jams and cornichons, can transform cheese into an experience.

Choosing your serving board

Arranging a sensational cheese platter begins by choosing the right serving board. A marble board is ideal for serving cheese, fruit and other curated delicacies. Marble offers a naturally cool surface, which keeps perishable items fresh longer, and will not absorb smells as easily as wood. With its naturally hard, non-porous surface, marble has the added benefit of being more hygienic than wood or plastic boards. Marble cheese boards are easy to clean with just soap and hot water.

Functional sophistication from Kim Soo Home 

Kim Soo Home’s White Marble Cheese Board will make a striking addition to any kitchen. Featuring a smooth, natural finish this handcrafted board is shaped with a modern flourish that radiates style and grace. This stylish board is polished to a high shine, which creates the perfect platform for displaying cheeses and other hors d’oeuvres. A leather rope loop through the handle adds effortless distinction. The leather strap is also great for displaying the board as an art object when not in use.

Simultaneously practical and sophisticated, this Carrara marble board is ideally sized to hold a variety of artisanal cheeses, organic fruits and other accompaniments. Its strength and durability is also perfect for use as a table top station when slicing fruit, vegetables, nuts and breads. Natural variations in the colour and veining of the marble make each board unique.

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