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Artisan Cured Meats, Salumi & Charcuterie

Like most foodstuffs, cured meats – what the French call charcuterie and the Italians call salumi – benefit greatly from the care and attention of small-batch production. Learn about cured meats and find sources for artisan cured meats here.

Boccalone's tag line is "tasty salted pig parts." Couldn't have said it better myself.

Fatted Calf Charcuterie
Fatted Calf Charcuterie makes a wide range of cured meat goodies, including duck confit and a stunningly unctuous mortadella.

Olli Salumeria
Launched in 2011, Olli Salumeria in Virginia uses real Italian curing methods (including a real Roman – Olli himself – to cure the pork) and meat from pastured, heirloom, locally grown pigs to make their prosciutto, lardo, pancetta, coppa, and other delicious cured pork products.

La Quenceria Prosciutto
La Quenceria is a prosciutto maker is Iowa using sustainably raised, local, and often organic pork in their cured meats.

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