Small Biz Monday: 3 reasons to place an order with Huntsville’s Graze Charcuterie Co. now

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Meet Meredith + Graze Charcuterie Co. Photo via Graze Charcuterie Co.

The best part about Monday is getting to know small businesses in Huntsville. If you want to wow your friends and family the next time you host, you’ll want to know about Graze Charcuterie Co. Read on for all the deets on this delicious small biz.

1. The charcuterie boards are tasty and beautiful

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How yummy does this look? Photo via Graze Charcuterie Co. Facebook

Meats, cheeses, nuts, fruits and more. What do you look forward to the most on your charcuterie board? You’re sure to love any board from Graze. Each charcuterie board is handmade by Meredith Nunnally.

Meredith considers herself to be a foodie. After taking a look at her boards, it’s easy to see why.

You can order lunch boxes, charcuterie boards, grazing tables, charcuterie cups and even custom themed boards. Check out the menu for pricing. Your order will be available for delivery or pick up.

We asked her how she came up with the name for Graze.

“I decided on Graze because I’ve always been a grazer. I do a lot of snacking throughout the day. To be honest, its a lifestyle. Now, that’s all my family does. We graze all day.”

—Meredith Nunnally, Owner, Graze Charcuterie Co.

Are you a grazer too?

2. You can learn how to make your own charcuterie board

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Meredith (left) + Chris (right) set up the classes for Huntsville. Photo via Graze Charcuterie Co. Facebook

Meredith partners with another small business to bring charcuterie classes to Huntsville. With the help of Chris from Honey Box, you can take classes on how to pair wine and cheese, how to build your own charcuterie board and even jam and cheese pairings. These classes will give you tips and tricks to become a pro hostess, so everyone will want you to host.

You’ll even learn techniques, like specific ways to cut your meat, cheese and fruit.

“I love the charcuterie, so I started to learn some techniques. Over time it has transformed and developed into my own style of charcuterie.” 

—Meredith Nunnally, Owner, Graze Charcuterie Co.

Check out the available classes.

3. This small biz is locally owned

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This graze table is perfect for any get-together. Photo via Graze Charcuterie Co. Facebook

Meredith has worked in many different industries, including restaurants. When the pandemic hit, Meredith decided to live out her dreams—a cheese shop. In March, her dream came true and Graze Charcuterie Co. started.

She has been touched by the community’s support.

“Thus far, the best part of Graze Charcuterie Co. is the customers and local community. I had no idea how supportive people actually are. It has been so amazing.”

—Meredith Nunnally, Owner, Graze Charcuterie Co.

Ready to order your own? Order online or message Graze Charcuterie Co.

Huntsville, we want to see your boards! Show us by tagging @thebamabuzz on social.

Emily Kent
Emily Kent
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