We’ve seen them on Instagram, Pinterest, and even in our own homes: charcuterie boards. But at this year’s Grammys, the charcuterie boards took on a whole new level of glamour.
At the star-studded event, each table was adorned with a decadent display of fruits, nuts, and cheeses, crafted by Silverlake Socialite, an LA-based brand that specializes in vibrant charcuterie boards and grazing tables.
With just over a week’s notice, Silverlake Socialite was tasked with creating 125 boards for the nominee tables. And they paid painstaking attention to every detail. Each board had over 20 ingredients, including berries, kiwis, blood oranges, figs, and dried mango and apricot. Aged gouda and aged sharp cheddar were accompanied by Italian salt crackers and apricot-pistachio crackers, with sesame-glazed cashews and chocolate-covered almonds, among other nuts.
The boards were designed with a unique shape, and the team worked around the clock to make sure that every piece of fruit was cut and placed with precision. Pomegranate seeds were sprinkled on raspberries, figs were cut in half to display their pink color, and blood oranges were cut into quarters to create movement.
For Silverlake Socialite owner Lauren Delp, having her work on a global stage like the Grammys was beyond her wildest dreams.
Now, you can snack like a celebrity with Silverlake Socialite’s charcuterie, fruit, and dessert boards. So if you’re looking to make your next get-together extra special, why not try your hand at a charcuterie board? After all, celebrities need to eat too.