Charcuterie (Meats)

Charcuterie is derived from the French word for “cooked meat,” and means fine cooked and dry-cured meats, sausages or pate, often served as an appetizer.

Ready to move beyond the cheese board at your next dinner party? Give guests their choice of America’s best charcuterie—in a mix of flavors and textures—and save the cooking for later.