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Zoe's Meats - Prosciutto
Zoe's does prosciutto right. No frills, just a high-quality prosciutto from a company that believes in sustainably-raised products. Its mild flavor is simply the perfect base for pairing. Try it on top of a crisp with a bit of jam and wash it down with a fruity wine with good acidity.
North Country Charcuterie - Lupo Salami
A Russian Imperial Stout meets Mexican Mole in the middle, well sort of. North Country Charcuterie of Columbus, Ohio has dreamed up this deep, rich, odd couple of salami for your tasting pleasure. Try it first with the Emmentaler cheese, then stack on an olive, and don't be afraid to pair it with the other cheeses, too!
Caseificio Dell'Alta Langa - Bonrus
A silky, creamy cheese with a soft, edible rind. This cheese is high in acidity with notes of dry fruit. It's flavorful on its own and interesting enough to be paired simply with a crisp.
Clawson - Mango Ginger Stilton
This creamy, crumbly cheese is sweet, savory and intense in flavor. The bits of mango and spicy ginger open up new dimensions of flavor. Pair it with something sweet like jam or fruit and wash it down with a dry white.
Emmi - Emmentaler AOC
The original Swiss cheese from which all Swiss cheeses draw their distinct holes and flavor. It was first produced more than 4 centuries ago and is still made in 200-pound wheels. Firm yet supple, nutty with slight acidity, it is mild enough to pair with a bold salami like the Lupo.
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