Let’s be honest, the times you pull out a cheeseboard are the times where you’re looking to impress. I’m not talking about a few odd bits of cheese on a plate with some crackers and maybe a dried up cornichon, I’m talking about a full smorgasbord of dairy-based dreams. For when you’re looking to impress, here’s an accompanying recipe of roasted grapes, so’s you can elevate your cheeseboard to a Dionysus calibre (Dionysus is the Greek god of the grape harvest & fertility). Every day’s a school day.
Why would you roast grapes?
- Why wouldn’t you?
- They transform into hot, sweet goo, like a big jammy raisin.
- They taste ridiculously good with soft cheeses.
- They’re also a great accompaniment to meat, on salads, on toast or on top of yoghurt.
- Their pan juices give you an amazing salad dressing.
- They look fancy as puck.