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What is charcuterie?

Charcuterie refers to the art and craft of preparing and assembling cured meats, often presented in an aesthetically pleasing manner. The term is of French origin, derived from “chair” (flesh) and “cuit” (cooked), indicating a range of prepared or cooked meat products, particularly those that are cured or smoked.

What types of meats are commonly used in charcuterie?

  • Salami: A type of cured and fermented sausage.
  • Prosciutto: Dry-cured ham, usually thinly sliced.
  • Turkey bites or fresh Cold Cuts 
  • Beef Summer Sausage 
  • Seafood ( Smoked Salmon 

Do you offer vegetarian or vegan charcuterie options?

Yes, we offer all fruit and veggie trays, as well as meatless trays.

How long can I Store cut cheese before having to discard?

Soft cheeses such as cottage cheese, ricotta or Brie can be refrigerated one week but they don’t freeze well. Hard cheeses such as cheddar, Swiss and Parmesan can be stored in the refrigerator six months before opening the package and three to four weeks after opening. It can also be frozen six months.

Can I customize my charcuterie order?

Yes. If there is something on the menu that you would like supplemented, inquire via email.

Do you offer gluten-free options?

Yes, inquire on these options via email.

How should I store and serve charcuterie at home?

Offer guidance on optimal storage conditions and serving suggestions to enhance the flavors.

Can I order charcuterie for events and special occasions?

Yes. We require a 30 day minimum for grazing tables over 75 people. 

How can I contact customer support with questions or concerns?

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We are here to help.  If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out.

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