Charcuterie Boards are popping up at taverns, wine bars and fine dining establishments everywhere – from themed boards lined with banana leaves in Hawa’ii, to traditional salume and cheese boards found often in Italian bistros – there seems to be a board for every taste.

Here, we’ve adapted our concept of a Spring Board to include things you might feature to celebrate Spring, or Easter, or even Purim. To accompany, select a fruity, mild red (such as Pinot Noir) or a structured, oaky white (such as a Chardonnay), and enjoy the variety of colors, tastes and textures!

By Harmony Lynn Goodson

Easter Eats

A variety of dried fruits, meats, cheeses, fresh and roasted veggies organized by color. Cabbage doubles as edible bowls while a wooden carrot platter anchors the board and houses the nuts, deviled eggs, and crusty bread.

Easter Treats

A colorful mix of Easter’s favorite candies mixed with cupcakes, macarons, and cookies. Edible grass, cupcake liners, and an Easter dish serve as color dividers. Marshmallow characters, and specialty chocolates complete the theme.

By Harmony Lynn Goodson

Harmony Lynn Goodson

Harmony Lynn Goodson is an editorial stylist, content creator, and contributor for lifestyle and entertaining publications. She is a photographer for local restaurants and magazines via her business, Harmony Lynn Photography. Harmony also aims to inspire people who entertain to create lavish parties with her DIY tips and tricks which she enjoys sharing on her personal blog and social media accounts.