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3 Comments

  1. Thank you I loved this post!!! Just in time for up coming holidays. My daughter and grandson are dairy free. It is harder to come up with alternatives to dairy peoducts than gluten free options.

  2. You, my dear, are a LIFE SAVER!!! We are having our Wedding reception this Saturday. 4 count ’em 4 days away. EEK!!! I have been looking for ideas that appeal to the eye to me. Because, let’s face it…if I am NOT happy, no one will be! I love the style of your tray and I am going to use it…ON A LOT OF TRAYS! Thank you for sharing. It IS much appreciated

  3. Thanks for the ideas. I have recently become dairy free and have been missing the charcuterie board look for the holidays. I found your blog just in time for my New Year’s party.

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