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The Big Green Egg headquarters has moved - come visit our new location and check out the museum! 3786 DeKalb Technology Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30340

So far, so good

We discovered a new butcher/salumiria in town so we thought we would head over for a little look about today. The steaks/meats looked awesome but a bit out of my league. $75 per lb for locally sourced 50 day dry aged ribeyes. Cheapest steak in the joint was $29 per lb. really cool
Place though and they do their own salumis. We got a wild boar sausage, a summer, a deliciously spicy dry pork sausage (the darker red one). We also got a spalla which is like a prosciutto made with pork shoulder (I think). We paired those up with a wonderful 5 year aged Gouda, a Bellavitano (by Sartori, our favorite cheese) and Cypress Grove Humboldt Fog (our favorite cheese :)) )

Brisket and beef ribs are on the egg. It appears we will be eating well tonight.

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  • Oh yeah- forgot about the olive tray! And the vodka!

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  • They were a little proud of their stuff though.....prosciutto was $75 per lb. we got out of there under $20 with some great stuff (cheese was bought elsewhere)

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  • NsdexterNsdexter Posts: 135
    Good deli meats and cheeses are an essential part of sanity!
    HFX NS
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  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 12,469
    I could live on cheese and charcuterie.  
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  • I could live on cheese and charcuterie.  

    Me too

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  • Village IdiotVillage Idiot Posts: 6,947
    I love that stuff but keep the olives.
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  • I love that stuff but keep the olives.

    I'm an olive junkie (they were from central market). This place is worth a field trip for sure. Their meat counter is insanely expensive and so is their charcuterie per lb but we got everything under 20 and got a good sampling of lots of stuff.

    They hand select cows from local suppliers and hang and butcher the entire carcass behind glass on the spot. It was a cool Place but dang...... 'Spensive.

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  • TexanOfTheNorthTexanOfTheNorth Posts: 2,750
    I love that stuff but keep the olives.
    I'm an olive junkie (they were from central market). This place is worth a field trip for sure. Their meat counter is insanely expensive and so is their charcuterie per lb but we got everything under 20 and got a good sampling of lots of stuff. They hand select cows from local suppliers and hang and butcher the entire carcass behind glass on the spot. It was a cool Place but dang...... 'Spensive.
    Do you get to see them bring each cow in on a lead (or do they use a prod)?

    It all looks good, hope you're not too full for brisket and beef ribs.
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  • They have the whole thing hanging right there for you to see. They also serve breakfast-dinnner at a bar right in front of the butcher behind glass. It was pretty cool. Should have taken pics. Oh yeah, they have beer too. I think I'm
    In love :x

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  • And I'm not nearly too full for brisket and ribs. I'm fired up about this dinner. Looking good.

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