Smoked Coppa with Tasso Spice  Emilia-Romagna meets the Big Easy. Our version of coppa is inspired by Cajun-style tasso ham, which is the same cut of pork use to make Italian-style dry-cured coppa. Slice it thinly and serve with robust cheeses, pickled vegetables and green olives.


Bresaola with Porcini and Black Pepper  It's like a boldly seasoned beef prosciutto. Seasoned with porcini mushrooms and black pepper, its flavor is earthy and deep. Slice thinly and serve with arugula, Parmigiano, and nice olive oil. 


Lamb Prosciutto  Our lamb prosciutto is the G.O.A.T! There's really nothing else like it. We make it by curing boneless leg of lamb with smoked paprika, red wine, garlic, and a hint of spice. It pairs well with olives and preserved lemon.


Maple Bourbon Ham  We marinate pastured pork in small-batch bourbon, dark brown sugar, and garlic for one week. Our hams are slow-cooked and glazed with local maple syrup. They can be the centerpiece of a holiday meal, or a fun addition to omelets and grilled cheese sandwiches.


Pastrami  This is how we do in Brooklyn. Honey-brined beef coated with a coriander crust is smoked for 5 hours until it’s just tender. It’s great for slicing thin and serving on cold or hot sandwiches. Now’s the time to break out your favorite sour pickles.


Finocchiona  Finocchiona has its origins in Tuscany during the Renaissance. We like to think of our version as part of a salami Renaissance, so it's quite fitting! This pork salami is made with fennel pollen, which makes it a refreshing addition to any charcuterie board or sandwich.


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Hot Soppressata  The flavor profile of this spicy pork salami is the essence of the Italian-American neighborhood where we grew up in Brooklyn. It’s got heat and depth, as it’s seasoned with chili flakes, black pepper, white wine and garlic.


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Brooklyn Cured Sweet Soppressata, 1 lb..

Sweet Soppressata  This mild pork salami has an authentic flavor inspired by the salami that hang from the ceilings of the great Italian pork stores in Brooklyn and the Bronx. The flavor profile is sweet and classic: black pepper, white wine, and a hint of garlic.