charcuterie


char·cu·te·rie

noun \(ˌ)shär-ˌkü-tə-ˈrē\

Definition of CHARCUTERIE

:  a delicatessen specializing in dressed meats and meat dishes; also :  the products sold in such a shop

Origin of CHARCUTERIE

French, literally, pork-butcher's shop, from Middle French chaircuiterie, from chaircutier pork butcher, from chair cuite cooked meat
First Known Use: circa 1858

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