Charcuterie

Charcuterie

Charcuterie was introduced by the Romans and developed into a culinary art by the French. The word “charcuterie” is from the French “chair cuite” meaning “cooked meats.” It was originally used as a process to preserve meat, centuries before refrigeration.

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Today's Boards

charcuterie + cheese board

artisan cheeses + house preserves + cured & cooked meats + house pickled vegetables

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seafood board

house smoked salmon + tuna tartare + salmon gravlax + house pickled vegetables + pickled ginger + sriracha + wasabi + soy + goat cheese

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pork board

rillettes + pork terrine + proscuitto + onion jam + house pickled vegetables + selection of canadian and imported cheeses

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chicken board

parfait + chicken terrine + selection of canadian and imported cheese + red pepper jelly + balsamic cherry

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