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Jar So Cute!

Jar So Cute!

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With all of the mind-boggling events of the past year, sometimes it’s the little things that lift our spirits. And when you’re living on your own, whether you’re looking for an afternoon snack, creative activity or are simply hungry and #quarantining, that’s where “jarcuterie” comes in.

Noticeably plastering the feeds of foodie bloggers and recipe Instagrammers over the past several months, “jarcuterie” is exactly how it sounds – single–serving, personal charcuterie “boards” made to enjoy all by yourself. Meats, cheeses, your favorite fruits, veggies and dips all nestled in an adorable mason jar.

Especially in pandemic times, collectively picking from a communal cheese plate with eight socially–distanced friends is something to avoid, and business owners have picked up on it. Late last year, EATER Portland reported how cheesemongers and charcuterie business owners successfully pivoted in the pandemic era to meet increasing demand for DIY experiences, next level boards and even “charcuterie cones.” Playfully coined as “meat therapy,” consumers were, and still are, looking for creative experiences and artistic escapes even with their food, whether virtually or with their pods.

Even post–pandemic, sign me up for a cute charcute and a glass of red wine, STAT!

 

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