Definition of Cheese tray
1. Noun. Tray on which cheeses are served.
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Literary usage of Cheese tray
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1. The Cookbook for Men Whose Wives Don't Cook by Christopher Hamilton (2006)
"You will most assuredly need: THE cheese tray ... Sausage (kielbasa, pepperoni) The cheese tray (oh, those who have paid good money for this book only to be ..."
2. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1837)
"Going home with the memory of the rich repast in my mind, and the water in my mouth, I cut by stealth a large slice from the cheese-tray, and began to cook ..."
3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1875)
"For such a collection the pages of his works are full of hints like that contained in the passage I have quoted touching the "canoe" cheese-tray. ..."
4. Mrs. Ellis's Housekeeping Made Easy, Or, Complete Instructor in All Branches by Sarah Stickney Ellis (1843)
"After all the whey is drained out, put the curd into the cheese-tray, and cut it again into slices; chop it coarse; put a cloth about it; place it in the ..."
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