Mother-Daughter Team Make Charcuterie Boards at Brentwood’s miXt Food Hall


A mother-and-daughter team have opened a locally source charcuterie board stall at miXt Food Hall in Brentwood.

Chefs Jazmine and Trinna Moor, owners of District Boards, say their curated boards are designed to replace the “chips and salsa and a six-pack” that people offer guests at a party.

Their boards include vegan, paleo, pescatarian and gluten-free options and customers can add any of their popular sides like vegan artichoke dip or caviar as well as mocktails.

Options include a Mediterranean tapas board, a “brunch in bed,” a farmer’s board with local cheeses and free-range pulled chicken salad and a sweetheart board with cheesecake bites, pound cake and baked brie.

The Moors, who are from the Petworth neighborhood of D.C., said they use local farms such as Deep Roots, a black-owned farm in Brandywine, Md., that uses sustainable practices.

“I wanted to highlight the most interesting flavors and textures our area has to offer,” said Jazmine Moor.

You can see the entire menu online at the District Boards website. District Boards is open 3 to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, noon to 8 p.m. on Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday.


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