Charcuterie (shar-KOO-ta-REE) is a specific term with origins reaching as far back as 15th century France; literally translated, it means the products of a fancy pork butcher.
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A sweet, creamy, yellow cow's milk cheese originating from the Netherlands. It is one of the most popular cheeses worldwide. The name is used today as a general term for numerous similar cheeses produced in the traditional Dutch manner.
Cow's milk picks up a sunny pigment from the lush pastures growing in southeast Ireland's temperate climes, known as the “Garden of Ireland.” Buttery and grassy, with sweet and fruity flavors.
Mature, cheddar cheese is blended with minced Black Truffles and a dash of Truffle Oil. The aroma of the truffles infuses the cheddar creating sweet and buttery flavors that provide the anchor for the musky, earthy Cheddar and truffle complement each other perfectly to create a deliciously rich cheese.
With wonderful, sweet notes running throughout the cheddar, you can taste both the Gin and the Tonic flavors with zesty lime and a measure of orange and juniper.
Asiago DOP (protected designation of origin) is a cow's milk cheese produced only on the Asiago plateau in the Veneto foothills in Italy. Asiago has a flavor reminiscent of it Parmesan but is a bit nuttier and creamier. Try serving it with crackers or bread, melting on top of casseroles or pizza, or adding it to a cheesy pasta dish.
Smoked Gouda is a variant of this famous cheese wherein it is smoked in ancient brick ovens over flaming hickory chip embers. Sensational with beer, this hard cheese has an edible, brown rind and a creamy, yellow interior. It can also perfectly complement tasty snacks like fruits, nuts and dark chocolate.
Made from pork meat including fat from the shoulder or belly, this salami is spiced with black pepper and seasoned with garlic. Its distinct flavor comes from Italian mulled wine that's often added as well as the fact that its cold- smoked over juniper branches for two days before being hung up to cure
The Calabrian Chili peppers are a variety of peppers that originates from the Calabrian region of Italy. The chili is small but oozes flavor, with a combination and variety of tastes that are simply unique. Although predominantly spicy, there is also a salty, smoky, and even fruity taste to these delicious peppers.
Serrano ham has a rich, buttery, slightly spicy taste with sweet notes, an intense aroma. Serrano ham has a soft texture and reminds the taste of prosciutto.
Finocchiona (Italian pronunciation: [finokˈkjoːna]) is a salami variety, typical of Tuscany, Florence area. It is characterized by the use of fennel.
The word “antipasto” is derived from the Latin root “anti” meaning “before” and “pastus,” which means “meal.” Thus, the antipasto course simply refers to the dish that precedes all others.
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