Gourmet Meat

Our Featured Gourmet Meat
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Browse our fine selection of gourmet meats. We have delectable foie gras, raw, micuit and fully cooked, hams from Spain, Italy and from the USA, artisanal smoked hams that are right up there with their famous European counterparts. We also have a wonderful selection of salamis and creative pates, mousse and terrines. Last but not least have a look at our ‘other meats’ consisting of pork shoulder, duck, escargots, dried beef and more. There is so much variety in meat that serving a meat platter shouldn’t be hard. Try the various meat and let us know what you think by giving us your opinion in a product review.


We will be adding exciting new items frequently, so come back soon!

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  • Schaller & Weber's Calves Liver Pate or Kalbsleberwurst is a pork-free very smooth pate that is made only with veal and veal liver. One of the few non-pork meat pate. The mild, slightly tangy flavor of this pate allows you to serve it on any cracker you like - a plain cracker or a cracker with a lot of flavor contrasting the smooth pate, or use it in your Beef Wellington recipe.... MORE INFORMATION
  • There are many species of edible Escargot snails, but the most popular ones are Helix Aspersa and Helix Pomatia or Escargot de Bourgogne, or Burgundy Snails. The helix varieties tend to be more plump and tender. Escargot snails are categorized and sold by size, ranging from small to extra large. Escargot or snails are commonly sold canned. Canned snails are cooked prior to canning. The cooking liq... MORE INFORMATION
  • Volpi's Chianti Red Wine Salami is infused with the finest quality Chianti wine, dry cured and aged to perfection. The full-bodied Chianti wine, fresh all natural pork and traditional spices combine to create a robust, mouth-watering flavor.... MORE INFORMATION
  • Duck, pork, mushrooms, specially blended spices and a dash of fine cognac go into this pate; a winner of a Good Food award in San Francisco. This award-winning Duck Liver Mousse with Cognac is topped with aspic and made with duck liver and pork with fine cognac; it is Alexian exclusive is fresh, natural and sinfully delicious.... MORE INFORMATION
  • Alexian's award-winning gourmet Pheasant Rosemary Pate consists of a savory blend of pheasant, duck and pork meats as well as rosemary, pecans, port wine and additional spices. This country style pate offers unique flavors that are slowly revealed with each bite. This gourmet pate received a 2008 Sofi Silver Award for outstanding pate. An especially delicious way to enjoy the Pheasant Rosemary Pat... MORE INFORMATION
  • Jamon Serrano or Serrano ham is a wonderful, flavorful gourmet ham that has a rich nutty flavor; it is cured in the mountains of Spain (serrano means mountains). Of course you can serve this ham on your sandwich, but it is excellent when serving tapas or hors d’oeuvres. Add small pieces of Manchego, some melon and olives and you have a great Spanish appetizer.... MORE INFORMATION
  • Fra' Mani's Salame Rosa is a salame cotto (cooked salame) with origins in the city of Bologna, Italy. Made from prime cuts from the shoulder, coarsely chopped to create a distinctive mosaic face and speckled with small cubes of plate fat cut from high on the hog. Dry roasted with a hint of natural fruitwood smoke. Mildly seasoned with coriander, white pepper and mace, and studded with pistachio nu... MORE INFORMATION
  • Chorizo is most likely the best-known Spanish cured sausage. It is made from coarsely chopped pork and usually seasoned with chili, paprika and garlic. The hot version is seasoned with hot smoked Spanish paprika (pimenton picante). Palacios chorizos are fully dry-cured and ready to eat with your favorite cheese and wine, or just a chunk of crusty bread. Chorizo would also do wo... MORE INFORMATION
  • This pate contains goose liver and goose fat, in Germany it is called Ganseleberwurst; it is a fine spreadable creamy pate that has similarities with the French pate de foie gras. It is one of the popular pates we have on our site; well appreciated by many. Spread on a slice of rustic bread, or sourdough, or just eat the pate in slices. Serve with some pickles and you will love it.... MORE INFORMATION
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