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How To Arrange A Charcuterie Plate

By Emma Haberman | November 14, 2012

Photo: Emma Haberman

Photo: Emma Haberman

Charcuterie is the French word for prepared meat products such as pate, rillette, and sausage, as well as the butcher shop that sells them. Coming from chair (“flesh”) and cuit (“cooked”), charcuterie was originally prepared as a way to preserve meat before the invention of refrigerators. Today we use it for the delicious flavor that comes from the preservation process. Read More

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