Wild charcuterie board <br> Photography by Jeff Coulson Credits: Wild charcuterie board <br> Photography by Jeff Coulson
Quick tips that will help you create an amazing, locally sourced charcuterie board full of wild, cured meats.
1. Set the mood of your holiday party with a stunning locally sourced wild charcuterie board. Consider bison, wild boar, duck and elk as alternatives to traditional pork and beef.
2, Select a variety of cured meats with differing textures: delicate wild boar prosciutto, hearty bison salami and smooth duck pate.
3. Serve with homemade pickled vegetables and a dish of your favourite condiment to give the board a personal touch.
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