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It was only a matter of time until high demand for the dry-cured and fermented charcuterie at Goose the Market spawned an offshoot. The only question now is how to use the sexy cold cuts from Smoking Goose Meatery, located on a side street downtown. Here, clockwise from top-left, are some tasty ideas. >> 407 Dorman St., 638-6328, smokinggoose.com.
GuancialeDry-cured pork jowl, $6.60/8 oz.Eat it: On the BLT of your dreams.
Gin & Juice SalamiLamb cured with juniper and orange peel, $21/lb.Eat it: Cubed and speared in a Bloody Mary.
Pig & Fig TerrineCoarsely ground pate enhanced with port wine, $10.80/8 oz.Eat it: At room temp with grainy mustard and crackers.
Black-Truffle BolognaLightly smoked forcemeat studded with earthy hunks of truffle, $10.40/12 oz.Eat it: Fried in thick slices and layered on white bread slathered with mayo
LardoCured pork back fat, $7.80/8 oz.Eat it: Shaved paper-thin and arranged on crusty bread in lieu of butter.
Note: Quantities of pre-packaged cuts vary daily. Prices reflect recent availability.
Photo by Tony Valainis
This article appeared in the December 2012 issue.
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