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It’s a Platter Party: Did someone say charcuterie boards?

It’s a Platter Party: Did someone say charcuterie boards?

With charcuterie in their name, we can trust this Columbus cured meats company knows a thing or two about cheese and meat platters. They offer a variety of charcuterie kits, which start at $34.99 and include shipping.

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“The neat thing about Charcuterie boards is that you share it in a way that you don’t share other foods,” Forbes said. “The intent is for everybody to enjoy the board together and savor that moment that you’re sharing with each other.”
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North Country Charcuterie's Salami Monger demonstrates how to build a festive Charcuterie Board to savor every moment! Click HERE to watch the video!
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“I think people like the community aspect of it,” Forbes said. “It’s one platter everyone can hover around … and share in that food experience.”

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James,  Jane and Duncan Forbes show off some of their North Country Charcuterie products. Photos by Christina Musgrave.

Local Food Producers Adapt To Survive During The Pandemic

Despite all the disruptions caused by the pandemic, people still have to eat. Those who produce food—both fresh items and packaged goods—have had to adjust to many changes, from the move to online selling and ordering to the need for contactless delivery. Business models had to change. Adapting to the circumstances became the key to survival.

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