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Charcuterie

Charcuterie; the art of meat delicacies

“Charcuterie” derives from the French words “char” and “cuite”. Its literal translation is “cooked flesh” but do not lose your appetite. It refers to the way pork meat was prepared and conserved. You see, charcuterie has been around for hundreds of years. It is based on the belief that no parts of an animal should be wasted. Back in the old days, there were no refrigerators to store your meat. That’s why charcutiers used different methods to preserve pork meat, such as brining, smoking, and air-drying.

The charcuterie we know today is a combination of cured meats, such as pork, beef, poultry, and game. All these meat delicacies are served together on a wooden board complemented by delicious fruits, cheeses, bread, and seasonings.

Every meat has its own cut and needs its own knife for the full (flavor) experience. We made a selection of knives for all the main components on a charcuterie board, such as a carving knife, block knife, pate-knife, and sausage knives.

This is Homey’s Charcuterie

Knives to Meat you

The universal – A block knife for fair and regular cuts in pure beef, pork, …

The artisan - A carving knife for beautiful and traditional slices of roast, ham, …

The cutter – A pate-knife for effortless and neat pieces of pie, pate, …

The notched. A serrated sausage knife for pieces of soft sausage, crispy bread, vegetables ...

The precise. A smooth sausage knife that is perfect for tasty dried sausage, tasty steak, cutlet, …

The spread-it-all. A spreading knife for the smooth and optimal spreading of butter, rillettes, …

Skewers - Cocktail sticks as icing on the …

Trays – Three cups for extra seasonings

  • Made of stainless steel and beech wood
  • Carving, block, pate, serrated and smooth sausage knife
  • Handy skewers and trays to complete your charcuterie board
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