Charcuterie

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Charcuterie hanging in a French shop

Charcuterie is a French word that means cold cooked meats and the process of making them. Charcuterie often means food made from pork but not always.

An example of a charcuterie meat is salami.

A charcuterie platter or charcuterie board is a wooden board with these types of meats, crackers, fruits, nuts, etc.