• Vicki Liston

Elevated Charcuterie Board

Updated: Jan 8

A well-arranged charcuterie board is a work of art and almost too pretty to graze on. Almost.



Creating an elevated board allows for easy pick-up and placing so there’s no angling which can make the food roll out of place. Plus, it looks extra fancy up on little legs.



You’ll need (affiliate link proceeds are donated to no-kill animal shelters and rescue organizations. Shop through these links to help raise monthly donations!):

A wood board – I’m using a pine board, 36 inches long by almost 12 inches wide and 5/8s of an inch thick. If you use a softer wood, like pine, don’t use it as a cutting board. Do any chopping elsewhere and transfer your ready-to-eat morsels onto the board when you are ready to serve.



Four small bun feet



A sanding block or sandpaper, super glue, plyers, a drop cloth, Butcher Block finish, and a brush.

Butcher Block's dried finish is non-toxic and food safe.



First, sand the entire board.



Using the plyers, unscrew and remove the bolt in the middle of each bun foot



Apply the glue to the top of each bun foot and adhere to the bottom of the board in all four corners.



Once the glue is dried, coat the board with Butcher Block finish over a drop cloth.



After the finish has fully dried, wash the board lightly with soap and water...



...and it’s ready to use.


Watch the step-by-step video tutorial below! Proceeds from this video and the entire channel are also donated to no-kill shelters and rescue organizations. Watch, like, share, and subscribe to help raise monthly donations ❤❤❤



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