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Philadelphia Eagles Football Charcuterie Serving Board with Goal Posts - Maple

Philadelphia Eagles Football Charcuterie Serving Board with Goal Posts - Maple

Regular price $175.00 USD
Regular price $250.00 USD Sale price $175.00 USD
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This is a Beaut! 


18"x11.5" big this Maple Hardwood board is one of a kind. Hand Made and Laser Engraved. Includes rubber feet for protection. 


We can accommodate most custom name/design engraving. Just ask. 


Added 3D Printed goal posts. Easily removable for storage. 


Finished with food safe BrAvEl Board Butter. (Available in our Etsy store)


Philadelphia Eagles


NFL (National Football League)

Lincoln Financial Field





Super Bowl


NFC (National Football Conference)


Carson Wentz

Nick Foles

Zach Ertz

Doug Pederson (former head coach)

Jalen Hurts



Fly Eagles Fly (team fight song)

Charcuterie: The term itself refers to a French culinary art that involves preparing and assembling cured or preserved meats, pâtés, terrines, sausages, and various other meat products.


Cured meats: Meats that have undergone a curing process, such as drying, smoking, or salting, to enhance flavor, preserve them, and extend their shelf life. Examples include prosciutto, salami, pancetta, and chorizo.


Cheese: Often served alongside cured meats, cheese is a crucial component of a charcuterie board. Various types of cheese can be used, including soft cheeses like brie and camembert, semi-soft cheeses like gouda and fontina, and hard cheeses like cheddar and Parmesan.


Pâté: A spreadable mixture of ground meats (often liver), combined with herbs, spices, and other ingredients. Pâté is typically served on crackers or bread as part of a charcuterie platter.


Terrine: Similar to pâté, a terrine is a dish made by layering minced or chopped meats, often with additional ingredients like vegetables or herbs, and then cooked in a loaf-shaped mold. It is served chilled and sliced.


Sausages: Various types of sausages can be included on a charcuterie board, such as Italian salami, Spanish chorizo, German bratwurst, or French saucisson.


Accompaniments: These are the complementary items that are served alongside the meats and cheeses on a charcuterie board. They can include items like olives, pickles, mustards, chutneys, honey, dried fruits, nuts, and bread or crackers.


Presentation: Charcuterie boards are often carefully arranged and presented in an aesthetically pleasing manner. This can involve artistic placement of the meats, cheeses, and accompaniments, and the use of garnishes like fresh herbs or edible flowers.


Artisanal: This term refers to charcuterie products that are handcrafted using traditional methods, often by skilled artisans. Artisanal charcuterie is highly regarded for its quality and flavor.


Pairings: Charcuterie is often enjoyed with complementary beverages, such as wine, beer, or cocktails. Wine pairings, in particular, are popular, with different meats and cheeses pairing well with specific types of wines.


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