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  • n. Plural form of charcuterie.


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  • She might have spent her days conducting research, but like Julia Child and generations of enamored Americans before her, what truly excited Katie was the food—the cheese shops, produce markets, charcuteries, bakeries, and restaurants, all offering seductive enticements.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • Chez Emile gets its sausages from Maison Garcia, another of Toulouse's premier charcuteries, and, in turn, Maison Garcia sells Chez Emile's cassoulet at the Victor Hugo market.

    The Comfort of a Hearty Cassoulet

  • The grilled vegetables, artisan cheeses and charcuteries, followed by perfectly grilled pork, goat and ribs, are as good as the best in Buenos Aires.

    Laura Catena: From Asado (Barbecue) to Helado (Ice Cream): A Foodie Tour of Mendoza

  • I love charcuteries and if there was one close to us I would be spending a lot of time in there.

    pressé - French Word-A-Day

  • Kangaroo meat is a sought-after meal in Australian restaurants and charcuteries.

    Eat National Emblems

  • At least the French serve interesting appetizers, I thought, as I eyed the plate of exotic cheeses and delicious little bite-sized charcuteries.

    Fair Game

  • After that, we can walk up the Street in the same neighborhood to find markets specializing in Persian, Italian, Greek, Mexican, Arabic and Asian foods and the finest charcuteries and stores selling the highest quality artisinal cheeses from around the world.

    hard to get favorite foods

  • Il y avait également de charcuteries, des plats aux légumes couscous, aux fèves.

    Winter Solstice Party \Party du solstice d'hiver

  • It was also available, however, at a few other of the charcuteries I visit while in the city.

    Saucisson Sec

  • Every city in France has the same boulangeries and charcuteries and epiceries that all look and smell the same and the people working their all act the same.

    the charm of the highway strip


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