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Charcuterie

The word comes from the French "chair cuit" - cooked meat; but relates specifically to cooked meat of the pig in all its forms. In France this has developed almost to an art form, with specialist Charcuteries selling a range of products stretching from country sausages through delicate boudins to delicious rillettes and terrines.

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