Thank you all for following me this weekend on Anthropologie Walnut Creek’s Instagram! It was so fun showing you what I do on Saturday’s and Sundays.
Here is what I used for the cheese plate. It’s a mix of vegan cheese and animal protein to cater for all tastes.
For fall one of my favorite dairy free creameries Miyokos Kitchen released a new Mt. Vesuvius Black Ash variety that is just outstanding and I just love Kite Hill’s Truffle, Dill & Chive as an old stand-by.
To add some texture and crunch I added some truffle marcona almonds from Trader Joes and some crackers.
For a full breakdown on how to build a cheese board have a look see at one of my first posts.
Now take out that serving board and call some friends over and start the holiday entertaining season early.
Here are the links to all the outfits and homewares that Anthropologie lent to me for the Instagram takeover and this post.
Oh this looks so refreshing! I’ve never used ginger syrup before. Is it easy to find? Online perhaps (I live in Amsterdam).
Anthropologie Walnut Creek as in Walnut Creek, CA?
Yes Carment that’s the one!
I love that store!! The show rooms that they have designed downstairs are my happy place.
That spritzer sounds so delicious! I would love to try it! Gorgeous photos and loving that sweater as well! I just checked out the highball glass. I may have to order it!
I love the picture, everything look so neat. I am checking some featured item out. thanks for sharing
Such a beautiful spread! I love the pairing with the pomegranate ginger spritzer. Definitely perfect for fall entertaining.
Amazing photo! and I love ginger, the spritzer looks very refreshing.
Ginger syrup! That’s something I haven’t made in quite a while and this spritzer looks fantastic! I love that you used some plant-based cheese too! 😉
Your photos are beautiful! Will have to check your earlier posts about the cheese platters, that’s been on my to do list for far too long! Love the spritzer too, I prefer natural drinks with no alcohol!
Oh my! Such beautiful photos! That spritzer sounds so refreshing!
What a lovely spritzer recipe. I do not enjoy pomegranates enough on a regular basis. That should change.
That spritzer looks great! I should try it but I have to make a homemade ginger syrup first!