Charcuterie for Two

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Create a beautiful charcuterie spread for Valentines Day, to nosh and nibble the evening away. Simply pick and choose items to fit your taste, pair with wine or your favorite brew and enjoy.







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At a glance
From our Cheese Shop
 
1) Chicken Liver Pâté with Madiera and Apples: A delectable, spreadable delicacy handcrafted by Market of Choice chefs.
 
3) Huntsman Cheese: A quintessential English cheese, this beautiful Double Gloucester and Stilton combo is excellent with cured meats.
 
5) Marcona Almonds: Spanish almonds fried in sunflower oil and salted. They're incredibly addictive!
 
7) Rustic Bakery Tart Cherry & Cacao Nib Artisan Crisps: We love this cracker! It has sublime texture and lends itself well to jams and cheeses.
 
10) Salumi Hot Coppa: Add a bit of heat with this treat from Seattle. Alternatively, find Columbus Coppa at the Kitchen Deli.
 
11) Marin French Cheese Petite Crème: Sized for two, this rich, smooth, soft-ripened cheese is a cheese board favorite.
 
14) Cascadia Creamery Organic Sleeping Beauty: Smooth and buttery with a supple sharpness, this award-winning, raw-milk cheese charms with a unique alpine flavor.
 
15) Olympia Provisions Chorizo Navarre: Excellent Portland-made, smoky-sweet chorizo.
 
From our Kitchen Deli
 
4) Columbus Sopressata: A classic fennel-and-garlic salami by Columbus in San Francisco. Find many other salamis here and at the Cheese Shop.
 
8) Bellentani Bresaola: This fine delicacy is simply comprised of salt, premium beef and time. 
 
12) Zoe's Applewood-Smoked Ham: A deeply flavorful premium quality artisan-made ham.
 
17) Speck: This smoked, dry-cured ham is much like prosciutto, but has a deeper, sweeter flavor. Available at the Kitchen Deli and the Cheese Shop.
 
From the Grocery Aisles
 
6) Oregon Grower's Cherry Zinfandel Jam: A staff favorite featuring cherries grown east of Mt. Hood, it is amazing paired with charcuterie.
 
9) Cornichons: A balanced charcuterie board needs vinegar flavors such as pickles and mustards. Find a wide variety of pickled vegetables in grocery or at our Cheese Shop.
 
13) Mary's Gone Crackers: These gluten-free crackers have a nutty, sesame flavor and satisfying crunch. 
 
16) Castelvetrano Olives: The Castelvetrano variety of olives is desired for its pleasing, buttery flavor. We chose Mezzetta olives from our grocery aisles, or select a variety from our Olive Bar. 
 
18) Willamette Valley Mustard Sweet 'N Hot Stone Ground Mustard: Meats and mustards go hand in hand. This flavorful variety comes from local makers of magnificent mustards.
 
Additional Suggestions
 
2) Homemade Crostini: Pick up a loaf of artisan bread from our Bakery, slice it thin, drizzle with olive oil and toast in the oven. 
 
Dried fruits: For sweet bites, visit our Bulk Department or our grocery aisles for dried apricots, figs, cranberries and more.
 
Fresh fruits: Liven up your tray with fresh grapes, pears, apples or berries from our Produce Department.
 
Market-Made Sausages: For a German-style board, cook up a selection of sausages, made fresh daily in your Market Meat Department from all-muscle meat, without fillers.
 
Fermented Vegetables: Sauerkraut or pickled beets are a perfect accompaniment if using cooked sausage. 
 
Drinks: Don't forget your favorite beer or wine. Ask our beverage stewards to recommend something new. Cheers!
 

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