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View definitions for charcuterie

charcuterie

noun as in delicatessen

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You planned this cute little get together last week, and already bought allll that good good charcuterie.

From Eater

Big Swig’s four-hour tours, offered year-round, include tastings at three different brewery stops and a charcuterie platter.

You’ll never top the 200-pound meat that was suspended on a crane over revelers in 2018, so focus on quality over quantity with your chosen charcuterie, and turn your 2021 countdown into a cooking spree.

What will be different will be the products, which will be more discretionary, like beauty products, items for the home, Christmas decorations, supplies for crafts and even some food items for parties, such as charcuterie plates.

From Fortune

Eating out now means bringing a sandwich or carefully curated charcuterie plate from home in Hydro Flask’s lunch box, which has two layers of insulation and an interior sleeve built to hold a freezer pack.

It serves small plates like cheese, charcuterie, and sandwiches, but most come here for the impressive wine selection.

I still pull from this book when making terrines, sausages, and other charcuterie.

I can't get enough of the excellent French charcuterie: terrines, pates, saucisson—oh my!

In those days you bought them cooked at the charcuterie for the same price that you got them raw at the greengrocer's.

He always brought a bottle of sauterne, a pat, or a mess of artichokes or some tempting bit of charcuterie.

These difficulties do not exist in the case of what the French call charcuterie.

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On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to charcuterie, such as: cafeteria, deli, restaurant, café, sandwich shop, and subway shop.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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