How to Arrange a Cheese Platter and Make a French 75


What could be more romantic than a night in, with a delicious assortment of cheese and fruit to snack on and a cocktail to sip?!

The whole table looks sophisticated and put together, even though it only took minutes to assemble. And if you haven’t tried a French 75, it’s a deliciously simple cocktail with champagne, gin and an elegant sugar cube to sweeten it up!

Here are the cheeses I choose when assembling a platter:

  • 1000 day Aged Asiago (cut off the rind and slice into big hunks)
  • Double cream Truffle Brie (cut into large wedges, serve with a knife)
  • Chevre – Goat Cheese – crusted in herbs (mild in flavor)
  • I also add dried fruit like figs, raw pecans, and something raw – like grapes – that are fresh and vibrant.

Please tell me what recipes you’d like me to make, comment below and happy entertaining!

xo, Roni


French 75 Martini

  • Author: Roni Proter
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Category: drinks


  • Prosecco
  • gin
  • sugar cube
  • optional: twist of lemon


Take a sugar cube and place it in the bottom of a champagne flute. Add gin about a third of the way up. Pour Prosecco in the flute all the way up. Add a twisted lemon rind for a citrusy little kick!

Keywords: french martini

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