Definition of charcuterie
: a delicatessen specializing in dressed meats and meat dishes; also : the products sold in such a shop
Recent Examples of charcuterie from the Web
RYE chefs and local butcher and charcuterie Commonwealth Cure are teaming up for a Butcher Class & Nose To Tail Dinner at RYE, 900 E Market St. from 3-7 p.m. on Saturday, July 29.
A country ham plate looked like a charcuterie plate from Tuscany.
Spain’s tapas heritage was evident with the charcuterie in a cone.
Today, Bajeux oversees the charcuterie program for Dickie Brennan's restaurants, include Palace Cafe and Tableu.
Customers also can take a seat at the shop’s cheese bar for a sandwich, salad or cheese and charcuterie boards.
The answer is Cassia, a gem of a restaurant in Santa Monica specializing in inventive dishes like spicy cod wontons, charcuterie fried rice, and Vietnamese pot-au-feu.
The dining portion will seat 50 and come with a menu that features tartines, salads, charcuterie, waffles and elaborate cakes and deserts.
Urban Radish delivers charcuterie to go with your Gold ales.
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Origin and Etymology of charcuterie
French, literally, pork-butcher's shop, from Medieval French chaircuiterie, from chaircutier pork butcher, from chair cuite cooked meat
First Known Use: circa 1858See Words from the same year
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