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A Party Must-have: Charcuterie Platter
Discerning gourmets always appreciate a good charcuterie platter, whether it’s at a house party or at a cocktail reception. Here’s what you need to put together your own charcuterie platter:
Thinly sliced savoury goodness (ham and sausage):
- Citterio Prosciutto San Daniele 16 months
- Primavera Organic Mortadella Bologna with Pistachio

Something hand-sliced to add bite and texture:
- Mayte Le Beret Basque

Something spicy:
- Chorizo (Alejandro Spicy Chorizo)

Something rich and creamy:
- Poultry terrine (Thiol Duck Meat Terrine)

On the side:
- Olives, dried fruits, nuts, and baguette or crackers
Take Your Pick: Milk Cheese Chart
Cow’s milk, goat’s milk and sheep’s milk are no doubt the most common when it comes to cheese-making, and each type of milk cheese differs in production quantity, taste and nutritional value. The most commonly used dairy for cheese is cow’s milk, which is four times the amount of goat’s milk cheese, and seven times that of sheep’s milk cheese. Check out this chart to see the types of milk cheeses you can find at city'super!
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Cow’s milk cheese (often milky white or pastel yellow in colour with a fresh, sweet milkiness)
- Les Frères Marchand Mimolette Cheese 24 Months
- Lye Cross Farm Oak Smoked Cheddar Cheese
- Les Freres Marchand 24 Months Comté Cheese

Goat’s milk cheese (white in colour with a tangy, “goaty” flavour)
- Les Frères Marchand Valencay Cheese
- Les Frères Marchand Chabichou Cheese AOP

Sheep’s milk cheese (yellow in colour with a milky sweetness followed by a lingering nutty taste)
- Pecorino Al Tartufo Cheese
 
 
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