cheese tray

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Noun1.cheese tray - tray on which cheeses are servedcheese tray - tray on which cheeses are served  
tray - an open receptacle for holding or displaying or serving articles or food
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Caption: Lifetime Brands: The Pfaltzgraff Slate Cheese Tray serving set includes six cheese markers, four coasters, one board with chrome handles and a piece of white chalk.
Among the more popular recent blog posts is one describing the repurposing of cheese left over from a cheese tray.
The platter was served on a solid silver cheese tray, worth almost 600 pounds, and a handcrafted wooden cheese board costing 120 pounds.
Items such as Nambe's Lounge chip and dip and its Eclipse cheese tray have captured consumer interest, while constant newness drives the business, he said.
One of the many plates to cross my path was the cheese tray, something with special significance for this part of France.
Serving a cheese tray at a party is a no-brainer; it's an easy way to serve a hungry crowd.
There'll be a cheese tray and vintage port at the hotel, and a complimentary pre-dinner cocktail at the nearby bar, Arch 54.
But when Terry flipped one night at the prospect of another meal of Camembert and chips ( hurling the cheese tray into the fire with a flourish ( I believe that Francoise would have fled the marital home with Napoleon and younger brother Colin in tow.
A gourmet cheese tray is also on order with the band favouring a selection of goats, gouda and brie.
Fried says the Pillsbury cheese tray will be molded in four-cavity molds with two molds ganged together.
The Tempio Luna Gold cheese tray features Wainwright's signature crackle pattern bordered in 24-karat gold.
Annieglass serving pieces and lovebirds with banners labeling food selections offered smoked salmon and condiments, Pork Tenderloin with Horseradish Mayonnaise and Jezebel Sauce, a fruit and cheese tray, Herb Cheesecake, Spinach Dip, and an assortment of salads.