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gailanw Nov 18, 2011 02:40 PM

For Thanksgiving this year i wanted to have charcuterie with some cheeses. I love good charcuterie and was wondering if anyone knew of some places that would be good. I would love to find duck prosciutto and also a place to buy good duck or goose pate. Price doesn't really matter and i am willing to go to a few places to put together a good combination.

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    wordtraffic RE: gailanw Nov 19, 2011 04:07 AM

    Sounds yummy! For the charcuterie you might want to try a couple of places at Belvedere Square (near Northern Parkway/York Road): Ceriello Fine Foods and Neopol Savory Smokery. Some of the other vendors sell some really great cheeses, so it may be a one-stop shopping experience. Enjoy!

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      lawhound RE: wordtraffic Nov 19, 2011 04:06 PM

      Another vote for Neopol, that place is one-of-a-kind and very good.

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        gailanw RE: lawhound Nov 20, 2011 04:41 AM

        Neopol is actually my go to place for holidays..and very much my favorite. Thanks!

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      hon RE: gailanw Nov 19, 2011 07:19 AM

      Clementine will carry-out theirs

      http://bmoreclementine.com/charcuteri...

      1. kukubura RE: gailanw Nov 19, 2011 07:59 AM

        Maybe for something unusual you could swing by Krakus in Fell's Point. It's a Polish grocery and they smoke their own meat. They have a pretty crazy selection of stuff including duck pate, stuffed bacon and of course sausage galore.

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          baltoellen RE: kukubura Nov 21, 2011 07:30 AM

          If you do go to Krakus--which I second--don't miss their crazy good cold smoked pork loin.

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          dining with doc RE: gailanw Nov 19, 2011 11:38 AM

          You can get all you need at wegmans and they even make a charcuterie platter as part of their catering.

          1. crosby_p RE: gailanw Nov 21, 2011 06:18 AM

            second Clementine and Bluegrass.

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              alopez RE: gailanw Nov 29, 2011 12:09 PM

              Too late for Thanksgiving but for future reference: if you want to put together a charcuterie plate at home, go to the Wine Source in Hampden, which has been secretly morphing into one of the best sources of cheese, charcuterie, and other nibbles in the city. If going out, go to Grand Cru in Belvedere Square.

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