Recent Examples of charcuterie from the Web
Food includes a California cheese and charcuterie board (Toma, Point Reyes, Sonoma goat cheeses) for $10 plus a Bavarian pretzel with beer cheese fondue ($9) or spiced almonds for $6.
Try the seafood charcuterie platter, which includes octopus terrine and that Florida staple, smoked fish dip.
Go for the five-course tasting menu and enjoy the finest charcuterie plate in the city, but make sure to supplement your main course with a tender, mouth-watering steak (the Wagyu New York strip is the way to go).
Founder Marty Millman had the idea to create Drunk Jelly while having a picnic with her boyfriend over wine and a charcuterie board.
Wine Helps! — Drink a Little, Help a Lot A tasting for charity features up to 20 wines, cheeses and charcuterie, food, a charity raffle (tickets are $10), and music by guitarists Boate
Add artisan cheese or a charcuterie plate, or choose a cigar from over 15 types in the cabinet.
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Origin and Etymology of charcuterie
First Known Use: circa 1858See Words from the same year
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