With names that can be hard to pronounce if you’re unfamiliar, casings (do you eat them or not??), unknowns weights and sometimes seemingly high prices, a charcuterie counter can seem more daunting than a fish or meat counter at times. We want to change that! Here’s how to not feel so intimated when you’re standing in front of the charcuterie counter.
Don’t get us wrong, we love cured meats, pâtés, rillettes and meats of all shapes and sizes, but we are so bored of the usual charcuterie board. Check out this guide to revamping your meat bites.
Check out these tips to perfectly pairing a charcuterie and wine spread, complete with all the fixings and inspired by the Côtes du Rhône region.
Check out this festive charcuterie spread loaded with red and green hues, and homemade rosemary shortbreads cut out in the shape of trees.
Four easy steps. That’s all it takes to create a festive holiday charcuterie board with fresh spreads, herbs, meats, and cheeses.
Revamp your holiday brunch by serving egg Benedict with smoked duck, buckwheat blini with luxurious foie gras and a delicious brunch charcuterie board.
The next time you serve a charcuterie spread to your guests, serve a delicious cider flight to match.
Serve this stunning holiday spread loaded with delicious charcuterie and beautiful cranberries.
This holiday season, take your charcuterie board to a whole new exciting level. You can even ditch the physical board and dish out this elaborate spread of deliciousness.
Charcuterie boards are one of our favorite appetizers for holiday entertaining, but it’s time to put a spin on it. Check out these fun mini charcuterie sandwiches that serve the bites already built.
Forget a small charcuterie board, cover your table in butcher paper and turn the entire surface into a charcuterie spread. It will be big enough for a holiday crowd, more the merrier! This post includes three delicious recipes: Balsamic Roasted Grapes, Red Wine Raspberry Jam, and Honey Rosemary Almonds.
This charcuterie salad and wine are a perfect expression of the end of summer. With pickled stone fruit, greens, plenty of hearty cheese and charcuterie, it pairs perfectly with a cellar temperature Beaujolais red wine.
Whether you are headed on a picnic or having a slew of friends over to enjoy your patio, check out these recipes and tips to creating the perfect summer charcuterie spread.
Here are all the tips you need to have an easy and delicious charcuterie picnic.
Check out these tips to serving up two summer canapés and a charcuterie board for an unforgettable rooftop party.
Paired with beer and as casual or elegant as you want it to feel, this charcuterie spread is perfect for a picnic or an evening on the patio complete with a chorizo cake.
When it’s too hot cook, serve up this stunning and versatile summer charcuterie board. Read on to learn what makes the perfect spread.