Penn State Extension webinar on creating the perfect charcuterie board slated

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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Those interested in learning how to create a charcuterie board are invited to take part in a Penn State Extension webinar planned for Oct. 1.

 “Let’s Cook Charcuterie Boards” will be held from 6-7 p.m. This webinar is the newest addition to the “Let’s Cook with Penn State Extension” cooking class series.

 “Let’s Cook Charcuterie Boards” will teach participants the basic steps to create a charcuterie plate for entertaining family and friends. A live demonstration of fall-themed charcuterie boards will be featured. Participants are encouraged to create along with the webinar; an ingredient list will be included with registration.

For pricing and to register, visit extension.psu.edu/lets-cook-charcuterie-boards or call 877-345-0691.

 The “Let’s Cook with Penn State Extension” classes address nutrition, healthy shopping, time-saving tips, and more, so cooks of all skill levels can navigate around the kitchen with confidence.

 There are multiple “Let’s Cook” classes, focusing on a range of subjects, including special diets, weight management, and cooking for one or two, to name a few. All have been developed using science-based best practices. To see the cooking classes currently offered, visit extension.psu.edu/lets-cook

 

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