Photo by Matthew Kang
For yesterday's first Charc Attack for The Five Days of Meat, Eater featured Ori Menashe's fine salumi board at Bestia. Today, the expansive house-made charcuterie from Brenden Collins of Waterloo & City. With nearly everything on this board made on site (priced at $40), it's hard to argue with making this order every single time, especially if you're in a large group.
With seven different kinds of terrines and pates, plus seven varieties of salumi, it's sure to be a hit with a group of meat lovers. See the full list of charcuterie below by Collins, plus the beautifully placed accoutrements.
First up, on the top left: 1) Duck and walnut pate with an orange-apricot marmalade
2) Smoked salmon terrine with sauce gribiche and a fried quail egg
3) Chicken liver mousse with a sweet potato jam served in a mason jar
4) Head cheese with tomato & fresno chili salad
5) Pork shank rillette with orange glaze
6) 5 spice pork liver mousse with daikon and carrot salad
7) Beef dripping gelee with fresh horse radish
10) Duck prosciutto
11) Spanish Chorizo
12) Boar salami
13) Duck salami
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