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Antipasto Charcuterie
Antipasto charcuterie typically includes a variety of cured meats such as prosciutto, salami, and calabrese, along with an assortment of cheeses such as mozzarella, provolone, and parmesan. It often also features marinated vegetables like artichokes, olives, and roasted red peppers, as well as a selection of bread or crackers. Additionally, it might include accompaniments like honey, mustard, or balsamic glaze for added flavor. The beauty of an antipasto charcuterie is the ability to customize it with your favorite items to create a delicious and visually appealing spread for any occasion.
Genoa Salami
A type of Italian dry salami that is typically made from pork, red wine, garlic, and black peppercorns. It has a rich, savory flavor with a hint of tanginess from the wine and garlic. It complements other cured meats well, such as prosciutto or pepperoni, creating a diverse and satisfying selection for a charcuterie board.
A type of Italian dry salami that is typically made from pork, red wine, garlic, and black peppercorns.
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Hot Genoa Salami
A spicy and flavorful variation of traditional Genoa salami. When used on a charcuterie borad, it adds a fiery kick and an extra depth of flavor to the assortment of meats and cheeses. It's bold spiciness pairs well with milder cheeses and provides a tantalizing contrast to other cured meats, creating an exciting and dynamic tasting experience.
A spicy and flavorful variation of traditional Genoa salami.
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Calabrese Salami
A spicy, robust, and flavorful Italian dry salami that originates from the Calabria region of Italy. It's intense heat and rich, smoky flavor make it a standout addition to any charcuterie board. When paired with creamy cheeses, tangy pickles, and crusty bread, Calabrese salami contributes a bold and satisfying kick to the overall charcuterie tasting experience.
A spicy, robust, and flavorful Italian dry salami that originates from the Calabria region of Italy.
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Prosciutto
Prosciutto is a type of dry-cured ham that originates from Italy. It is made by seasoning a pork leg with salt and then air-drying it for an extended period, resulting in a delicate and intense flavor. It is a prized addition to a charcuterie board spread, adding a distinct, savory elegance that pairs well with a range of accompaniments such as fruits, nuts, and cheeses.
Prosciutto is a type of dry-cured ham that originates from Italy.
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Dry Cured Salami
A classic and versatile addition to any charcuterie board. It's robust, savory flavor is complemented by the rich, smoky undertones and the perfect balance of spices. Whether enjoyed on it's own or as part of a delicious bite with crackers and fruit, dry-cured salami adds depth and complexity to the overall charcuterie experience.
A classic and versatile addition to any charcuterie board.
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Mortadella
The delicate blend of pork and seasonings in mortadella creates a luxurious and flavorful experience for your taste buds. It's distinct texture and marbled appearance make mortadella a visually appealing addition to any charcuterie board. Whether enjoyed on it's own or paired with cheeses and spreads, mortadella brings a taste of Italy and a touch of indulgence to a charcuterie spread.
The delicate blend of pork and seasonings in mortadella creates a luxurious and flavorful experience for your taste buds.
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Pepperoni
Pepperoni is a type of spicy Italian-American sausage made from cured pork and beef mixed together with various spices. It is typically seasoned with paprika, garlic, and other spices, which give it a distinctive flavor and reddish color. It's rich, savory taste pairs well with a variety of cheeses, fruits, and crackers, adding a delicious kick to a charcuterie spread. Whether enjoyed on it's own or in combination with other charcuterie items, pepperoni brings a well-loved depth of flavor to a charcuterie board.
Pepperoni is a type of spicy Italian-American sausage made from cured pork and beef mixed together with various spices.
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Mozzarella Cheese
Mozzarella is a type of Italian cheese traditionally made from water buffalo milk. It is a soft, fresh cheese with a mild, slightly tangy flavor and a smooth, stretchy texture when melted. The delicate and white appearance of mozzarella cheese adds a touch of elegance to a charcuterie board, enticing guests to indulge in it's irresistible taste.
Mozzarella is a type of Italian cheese traditionally made from water buffalo milk.
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Asiago Cheese
Asiago cheese is a type of Italian cheese that originated in the Asiago plateau region in the Veneto region of Italy. Asiago cheese is commonly used in cooking a pairs well with both sweet and savory dishes. With it's smooth texture and slightly tangy undertones, Asiago cheese adds depth and complexity to any dish it graces. Whether grated over pasta or enjoyed on a charcuterie board, Asiago cheese is a versatile and delicious addition to any culinary creation.
Asiago cheese is a type of Italian cheese that originated in the Asiago plateau region in the Veneto region of Italy.
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Provolone Cheese
Provolone cheese is an Italian cheese that's semi-hard in texture and has a mild to sharp taste, depending on it's age. Provolone cheese's versatility allows it to be enjoyed in various forms, from aged sharp provolone to mild and creamy varieties. When sliced and arranged on a charcuterie board, provolone offers a savory and slightly tangy element that complements cured meats and other cheeses. The pale yellow color and firm consistency of provolone cheese make it visually appealing and easy to handle on a charcuterie board.
Provolone cheese is an Italian cheese that's semi-hard in texture and has a mild to sharp taste, depending on it's age.
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Parmesan Cheese
Parmesan cheese, also known as Parmigiano-Reggiano, is a hard, granular cheese that originated in Italy. It is typically made from cow's milk and is known for it's sharp and salty flavor. Parmesan cheese is aged for a minimum of 12 months, but some varieties are aged for up to 36 months or more, resulting in a richer and more intense flavor. Parmesan's hard and granular texture makes it ideal for grating, allowing guests to sprinkle it over cured meats, crackers, or bread.
Parmesan cheese, also known as Parmigiano-Reggiano, is a hard, granular cheese that originated in Italy.
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Artichoke Hearts
Artichoke hearts are the edible inner portion of the artichoke, a thistle-like plant that belongs to the sunflower family. They are typically found in the center of the artichoke bud and are prized for their tender texture and rich, slightly nutty flavor. They provide a delightful contrast to the richness of cured meats and cheeses, offering a palate-cleansing and palate-stimulating experience for those enjoying a charcuterie spread.
Artichoke hearts are the edible inner portion of the artichoke, a thistle-like plant that belongs to the sunflower family.
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Green Olives
Green olives are unripe olives that are harvested before they fully mature and turn black. They are typically more bitter than their ripe counterparts due to higher oleuropein levels but are often brined or cured, which enhances their flavor and reduces bitterness. Whether marinated in herbs and garlic or stuffed with savory fillings, green olives contribute a refreshing and palate-cleansing element to the overall charcuterie spread.
Green olives are unripe olives that are harvested before they fully mature and turn black.
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Black Olives
Black olives are ripe olives that have been harvested once they are fully matured, resulting in a softer texture and a distinct, rich flavor that is often less bitter than that of green olives. They are commonly used in Mediterranean dishes, salads, pasta, and tapenade, and are also enjoyed as snacks or toppings on pizzas and sandwiches. Additionally, black olives are known for their health benefits, as they are high in monounsaturated fats, antioxidants, and various vitamins and minerals.
Black olives are ripe olives that have been harvested once they are fully matured, resulting in a softer texture and a distinct, rich flavor that is often less bitter than that of green olives.
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Kalamata Olives
A bold and flavorful addition to a charcuterie board, known for their rich and fruity taste with a hint of bitterness. Their deep purple hue and distinct almond shape make them visually appealing on the board. These briny and slightly tart olives complement a variety of cheeses and cured meats, adding a zesty and Mediterranean touch to the overall tasting experience.
A bold and flavorful addition to a charcuterie board, known for their rich and fruity taste with a hint of bitterness.
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Spicy Peppers
Spicy peppers are varieties of the Capsicum plant that contain capsaicin, a compound responsible for their heat and spiciness. These peppers come in various shapes, sizes, colors, and heat levels, commonly measured on the Scoville scale, which quantifies the spiciness based on the concentration of capsaicin. Whether eaten alongside meats and cheeses or used to create unique flavor combinations, spicy peppers enhance the overall experience of a charcuterie board with their bold presence.
Spicy peppers are varieties of the Capsicum plant that contain capsaicin, a compound responsible for their heat and spiciness.
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Sliced Baguette
Sliced baguette is a traditional French bread that is known for it's long, thin shape and crisp crust. It's golden crust and soft interior make it a perfect vessel for spreading creamy cheeses or layering slices of cured meats. The simplicity of a sliced baguette allows the flavors of the other components to shine while providing a neutral base for different toppings and spreads. The addition of a sliced baguette adds both texture and versatility to a charcuterie board, making it a staple choice for many cheese and meat enthusiasts.
Sliced baguette is a traditional French bread that is known for it's long, thin shape and crisp crust.
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CHEESE KNIVES:
An essential tool for crafting a charcuterie with precision and style.
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SPICY PEPPERS:
Perfect for those who love a bit of heat in their charcuterie spreads.
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BRIE CHEESE:
Creamy and mild, brie provides a light, savory touch to any charcuterie.