This cured sausage, the smallest form of all Italian Meats, translates to "Hunter's Salami". These sweet, dry sausages are characterized not only by their small size but also their boisterous, spicy flavor. Cacciatore Salami are great for picnics or antipasto.
Palacios Chorizo does not contain any preservatives or artificial colors; just pork sausage cured with paprika and garlic. They use a traditional process, using a secret 30-year-old family recipe. Its meat and natural ingredients are carefully selected, creating a smoky, earthy, sweet and tangy sausage.
Andouillette is a coarse-grained sausage made with pork (or occasionally veal), intestines or chitterlings, pepper, wine, onions, and seasonings. Tripe,, which is the stomach lining of a cow, is sometimes an ingredient in the filler of an andouillette, but it is not the casing or the key to its manufacture. True andouillette will be an oblong tube.
Our garlic sausage, made with pork, veal and red wine, packs intense garlic punch. It is a key ingredient in our cassoulet but is also delicious sliced, grilled and eaten on a crusty baguette with mustard.
Smoke-cooked ducks will be moist and juicy, provided that you don't cook them too long. You'll know if your ducks are overcooked when they shrink up, turn grey in the center, and become tough and dry. If that happens, don't blame the duck. You smoked it too long.
This rich, flavorful French Rosette de Lyon has an excellent balance of seasoning and flavor. The pork meat is blended with fresh garlic, sea salt and black peppercorn in an all natural beef casing, cured 30 days and then hand tied.
Olli Salumeria Sweet Coppa is made from the pork shoulder. This cut is salted and hand-rubbed with spice, stuffed in casing and dry-cured whole. It is similar to prosciutto, but it is derived from the shoulder rather than the ham.