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Ponder Waterloo & City's Expansive Charcuterie Board

Matthew Kang is the Lead Editor of Eater LA. He has covered dining, restaurants, food culture, and nightlife in Los Angeles since 2008. He's the host of K-Town, a YouTube series covering Korean food in America, and has been featured in Netflix's Street Food show.

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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

8) Prosciutto

9) Mortadella

10) Duck prosciutto

11) Spanish Chorizo

12) Boar salami

13) Duck salami

14) Calabrese
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