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a delicatessen that specializes in meats

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Situated within eyeshot of both the deli and meat departments, the Market District charcuteries offer about 100 items, according to Giant Eagle spokesman Daniel Donovan, with such offerings as Creminelli Artisan Salamis, LaQuercia Artisan Meats from Iowa, and Jamon Serrano from Spain.
The 8-foot cases in the Market District charcuteries are manufactured by Barker Specialty Products for Conyers, Ga.-based Hill Phoenix in Keosauqua, Iowa, which makes 12 series of custom cases for meat and seafood.
"Our charcuteries have been a great point of difference for our Market District locations," notes Giant Eagle's Donovan, "and our customers have reacted positively."
A stellar example is the charcuterie in place at three Giant Eagle Market District stores in the Pittsburgh area.
Anyone who has visited Paris or any number of other towns throughout France will no doubt be familiar with the neighborhood charcuterie one of the world's first fast-food outlets.
According to, the word "charcuterie" is derived from the French words for flesh (chair) and cooked (cuit).
Today, charcuterie is a delicatessen-style cured meat most often served with cheese, bread and pickled vegetables.
The deli is where I start building my charcuterie board.
A charcuterie board is more than the cheese and sausage of my childhood, now including honey, jams and pickled vegetables.
No charcuterie board is complete without some dried fruit and pickled vegetables, and the traditional choice is the little French dill pickle known as the cornichon.
I would be remiss if I didnt mention my sons contribution to my charcuterie. Keith, who likes to make things out of wood, (including his dining room table) took me to a specialty lumber yard to pick a piece of "live edge" wood.
It is absolutely beautiful and what I use when preparing charcuterie for large groups.