‘The Pioneer Woman’ Ree Drummond’s Charcuterie Cheese Board Has No Rules: ‘Anything Goes’

When it comes to The Pioneer Woman Ree Drummondon board a charcuterie cheese, “anything goes.” As it should be. The full-fledged cheese board doesn’t have to be just a collection of cheese and biscuits, after all.

Ree Drummond will be attending the Pioneer Woman Magazine Concert in 2017
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Ree Drummond holds her cheese board leg

Drummond shared a peek at her leg cheese board in an Instagram post in 2017, explaining what she collected.

“Bruschetta bar / cheese board / yummy,” she wrote in the caption. Melon, dried cherries, raw almonds, Brie, Parmesan, marinated tomatoes & olives, asparagus, pesto, fig jam, roasted red peppers, prosciutto, salami, mozzarella balls, marinated mushrooms, arugula, basil and grilled bread for put on. ”

She said, “There are no rules, though. Anything will go. (Except bananas. ”

Drummond isn’t even the best choice on a platter – while many people use a wooden cutting board to showcase their charcuterie spread, the Pioneer Woman proves that a baking sheet with an edge makes the trick nicely. She even puts dances in masonry pegs to spread, adding another level of fun show.

Adding home ‘Pioneer Woman’ is a great addition

Since Drummond doesn’t stick to any rules with its cheese board, you can really fill your own spread with different flavors that everyone will enjoy.

If you’re looking for inspiration, consider some of Drummond’s recipes for adding something homemade to the table.

Its mass roasted cocktail nuts one example … and it’s so easy to do.


  • 1 c. roasted cashews without roasting
  • 1 c. leth walnut
  • 1 c. leth pecan
  • 1 c. whole roasted almonds
  • 1 tbsp. fresh orange juice
  • 2 tbsp. fresh rosemary mince
  • 1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
  • 1 tsp. sea ​​salt
  • 1/4 c. pure maple syrup

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Combine the nuts, zest, rosemary, cayenne, and sea salt in a bowl. Pour the maple syrup over the nut and season, stirring to mix.

Place the nuts on a sheet pan in one fold and bake for 30 minutes, stirring once halfway through.

Drummond also kicks a bare plate of goat cheese with some fun and tasty additions. Her Christmas goat cheese recipe adds some color to any charcuterie board.


  • Two packets of 4-ounce fresh goat cheese
  • 3 tablespoons freshly chopped dill
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons finely dried cranberries
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons pistachios with smooth skin

Freeze the packets of goat’s cheese for 15 minutes. Spread the chopped dill on a cutting board for a few minutes until dry. Meanwhile, mix the pickled cranberries and pistachios together and spread on another area of ​​the cutting board.

Remove goat cheese from the packet, then roll in the pickled dill until covered. Then roll on the second log of cheese in the cranberry and pistachio mixture.

Wrap the cheese in plastic and cool until ready to serve.

Drummond’s fried mozzarella recipe a fun and easy addition to any cheese board too. Roll egg rolls around string cheese, then fry until crispy, then place on a paper towel to drain off excess oil before serving.


  • 12 packaged egg roll packs
  • 12-piece string cheese
  • Vegetable oil, for frying
  • 1 marinara sauce purchased with a cup

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