TIP OF THE DAY: Seacuterie Instead Of Charcuterie

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https://tasty.co/recipe/how-to-make-a-fresh-seacuterie-board

TIP OF THE DAY: Seacuterie

Every foodie knows charcuterie: meats crafted into pâtés, rillettes sausages, terrines and more. In the U.S., it is served as a first course and often appears on appetizer boards alongside cheeses and cold cuts. But whether for palate preference, avoidance of so much animal fat or pescatarianism, a new trend is redefining charcuterie: seacuterie, an…
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