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Simple Charcuterie Board
Delight in the simplicity of the classic charcuterie board, thoughtfully crafted to tantalize taste buds with a harmonious selection of savory and tangy delights. Sink your teeth into a variety of premium salamis and velvety prosciutto, carefully curated to provide a rich and robust flavor experience. Whether you're hosting an intimate gathering or savoring a quiet evening in, this simple charcuterie board promises to elevate any occasion with it's timeless combination of flavors that are both comforting and sophisticated.
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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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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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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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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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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Cheddar Cheese
Cheddar cheese is made from cow's milk that is heated, curdled with rennet, and then pressed into blocks or wheels to age. It adds a bold, tangy note to a charcuterie board and pairs well with a variety of meats and fruits. Whether it's a sharp aged cheddar or a milder variety, cheddar cheese is a versatile and beloved choice for cheese boards, offering a classic and flavorful addition to any charcuterie spread.
Cheddar cheese is made from cow's milk that is heated, curdled with rennet, and then pressed into blocks or wheels to age.
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Brie Cheese
Brie is a soft cow's milk cheese with a velvety white rind and a pale interior that becomes creamy when at room temperature. It boasts a rich, buttery flavor with subtle hints of mushroom and nuts, making it a versatile and popular choice for charcuterie. It's distinctive appearance and delicate flavor make it a visually appealing and delicious addition to any charcuterie board.
Brie is a soft cow's milk cheese with a velvety white rind and a pale interior that becomes creamy when at room temperature.
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Blue Cheese
Blue cheese is a distinctive and pungent cheese characterized by it's veined appearance, sharp flavor, and creamy texture. The blue veining in the cheese is the result of penicillium mold introduced during the cheesemaking process. Pairing blue cheese with fruits, honey, and nuts can enhance it's flavors and provide a delightful combination of tastes and textures on a charcuterie board.
Blue cheese is a distinctive and pungent cheese characterized by it's veined appearance, sharp flavor, and creamy texture.
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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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Green Grapes
Green grapes have a crisp texture and a slightly tangy flavor, making them a refreshing snack. Whether enjoyed as a palate cleanser between bites or paired with creamy cheeses, green grapes add a touch of freshness to the overall charcuterie experience.
Green grapes have a crisp texture and a slightly tangy flavor, making them a refreshing snack.
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Red Grapes
Red grapes are a type of grape that come in various shades of red, ranging from deep purple to vibrant crimson. They are a sweet and versatile addition to any charcuterie board, providing a juicy and vibrant pop of natural sweetness that perfectly complements the array of savory and rich flavors present.
Red grapes are a type of grape that come in various shades of red, ranging from deep purple to vibrant crimson.
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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.