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Deli meat platter

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Whether it's a dinner for one or an occasion for sharing, serving deli meat is a great way to create a festive atmosphere on crisp winter days. And what better than a nice glass of red wine to go with it!

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Platter for two

An intimate celebration!
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Fill a pretty, rectangular serving dish with slices of Le Sauciflard sausage, some game terrine, and thin slices of prosciutto. Top it off with marinated veggies, old-fashioned mustard, and a selection of crackers and bread!

“Surprise visit” platter

Nothing does the trick for improvising when unexpected guests drop by like a lovely platter of deli meats!
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Place some Le Sauciflard grelot sausages, old-style smoked ham, and liver pâté on a parchment-lined wooden plank for a rustic look. Put the pâté on a small serving dish and place a pretty, little knife beside it. Add some olives, dried fruit, and nice slices of bread to complete the presentation!

The grandiose platter

Impress even the most discriminating gourmets!
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Don't be afraid to try sweet and savoury flavours together, and to contrast your textures. A variety of products are great alongside deli meat. Try adding some pesto, salsa, and mushrooms sautéed in butter. And for a little bit of sweetness, use blueberry jam and caramelized onion confit. Complete your platter with a nice, soft cheese and some fresh and dried fruit.

Some topping suggestions for canapés:

  • Top a toasted piece of baguette with a thin slice of rustic cooked turkey breast and a dollop of pesto. 
  • Top a cracker with a thin slice of prosciutto and a dollop of blueberry jam. 
  • Top a slice of bread with a piece of soft cheese garnished with onion confit.