Small (Serves 6-8) $75
2 types of Salami
Medium (Serves 8-12) $150
2 types of Salami, Proscuitto and accompaniments
Large (Serves 20) $195
3 types of Salami, Proscuitto and accompaniments
Casalingo Salami is the most delicately flavored of the salame family which is where it gets its other name, sale e pepe, or salt and pepper salami.
Wild Boar salami is a mixture of field harvested Texas wild boar and all natural pork belly, seasoned with cloves and juniper berries for a robust yet sweet flavor. The flavor profile is stronger and more distinctive and takes on the tones of the boar’s wild diet which includes roots, grasses, nuts, and berries.
The Tartufo salami starts as a Felino salami, the most ancient salami recipe on record. It is the sister to Prosciutto di Parma because anciently and often still today it is made from the prized trimmings of prosciutto before it is salted. Black summer truffles are added to the Felino salami blend; their delicate earthy aroma works magic with the all-natural pork.
Legend says that the fennel-infused Finocchiona salami recipe was discovered when a Tuscan peasant boy ran into a field of wild fennel to enjoy a stolen salami. The Creminelli Finocchiona is not as salty as the traditional version but with plenty of fennel.