Cheese Tray of Chive and Sun Dried Tomato Presents on the 10th Day of Christmas

Tasty and delicious Christmas present Cheese Tray for a hor d'oeuvres.

By Colleen Walsh Fong

“Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens;

Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens;

Brown paper packages tied up with string;

These are a few of my favorite things.”

-“My Favorite Things,” by Oscar Hammerstein II and Richard Rodgers

Presents are among my favorite things, both giving and receiving them. That’s why I made a cheese tray made to look like Christmas presents. Some are tied up in chive strings, others are topped with sundried tomato bows. Both garnishes add flavor to the cheese and drama to the plate. And, as always, they are really easy to make. And anything Easy works for me.

Feel free to use this picture as a reference to make your own Chive and Sundried Tomato Cheese Tray. Or take a moment to peruse our 2012 12 Days of Christmas photo series for other ideas, as we roll out a new holiday food picture each day. And check out our smart cookbooks for people on the go. Priced below $8 they make wonderful virtual stocking stuffers and gifts for people who love delicious food that’s quick and easy to make. Remember, ebooks can be sent to anyone with an email address!

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