charcuterie charcuterie


  • (n) a delicatessen that specializes in meats


  1. Rapp and McLachlan make everything from scratch right down to the bread, charcuterie and preserves.
  2. He loves charcuterie, the cuisine devoted to meats like bacon, sausage and pts, and plans to become a chef when his rowing career ends.
  3. He sketched the charcuterie with the owner and his wife and their cat and dog, adding some torn posters and wall scribbling.


  1. Pig out on zampone

    Zampone is high-art charcuterie even among skilled butchers: the Italian craft of deboning and then stuffing pigs’ feet, or “trotters” as they’re often known. Think of it as a sausage stuffed into the skin of the pig, rather than in a casing.­ You’ll find zampone these days at The Biltmore Bar & Grille in Newton, and occasionally at other spots around Boston.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Boston Herald

  2. Bargain Hunter: Epicure Imports opens its doors to the public for another sale

    Epicure Imports is opening its doors to the public for another of its gourmet food warehouse sales. Save on more than 3,000 food items, including imported cheeses, charcuterie, pate, chocolates, olive oils and the list goes on.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Los Angeles Daily News

  3. At Swine, Group Dining With a Focus on Pork

    The fare at Swine tends toward artisanal charcuterie and small-production wines and the clientele is varied.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: New York Times

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