Housemade Charcuterie

Here's where to find the hottest food trend--house-cured and -smoked meats



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Customshop’s duck terrine is made with pistachios and served with a plum paste.

Taylor Mathis

Charcuterie is always in style, and these local restaurants regularly make it in-house, from pâté at Bonterra to cured duck at Rooster’s.

CUSTOMSHOP
Chicken liver pâté, country pâté, duck terrine, $12

ROOSTER’S WOOD-FIRED KITCHEN

Charcuterie sampler, $18

HARVEST MOON GRILLE

HMG charcuterie plate, $12

BONTERRA
Pâté Maison, $5

BISTRO LA BON
Charcuterie plate, $14

GEORGES BRASSERIE
Daily selection of housemade charcuterie, market price

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