The word charcuterie is derived from the old French for flesh "chair" and cooked "cuit" and was originally intended as a way to preserve meats long before the advent of refrigeration. In fact is is recorded that the Romans imported salted meats from Gaul as early as the first century A.D.
There is a veiw that charcuterie only covers pork products but it is now covers all meat products that are cooked, salted or preserved.
Our range of charcuterie covers the full gammit of the charcutier's art - pates, terrines, sausages, saucisson, baocn, trotters, salamis, hams, anti pasti and much more. They are sourced not only in the UK but also from France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Spain and Hungary.
The range listed covers our most popularly stocked items, we have many more available to us - just give us a call.