A fragrant and colorful salame, with cardamom, orange peel and red chili flakes.
Salumi went back to basics for this recipe. Da Vino was created for those looking for a traditional red-wine salame.
The salumi favorite - flavored with cracked fennel, black pepper and a touch of curry.
Ours is intensely red and has a slight bite. A must have for italian sandwiches.
You will also taste cinnamon, chipotle and ancho pepers in the mix. It's simultaneously sweet, savory and a little spicy.
This mild salame is big on taste with the herby aroma of oregano.
Our pepperoni has the sweet aroma characteristic of anise.
Our signature flavor, salumi Salame has a mild flavor to please everyone. Notice the refreshing touch of ginger along with the garlic.
A spicy concoction of yellow mustard, whole seeds and chile flakes.
The smoked paprika in this recipe gives this salame an intense flavor with a pleasing heat in the finish.
Studded with red and green peppercorns, this mild and festive-looking salame comes out of seclusion around the winter holidays.
Carved from the center of a pork shoulder, our tender coppa is then rolled in chili flakes before it is stuffed and hung to air dry. When cut, its beautifully marbled slices are a feast for the eyes and the palate.
Each Culatello is carefully cut from the heart of a 40 lb Heritage breed ham. Only the meat closest to the bone is used in this delicacy.
We use boneless legs of lamb for easy slicing. Completely unlike its pork counterpart, Lamb Prosciutto has a deep burgundy color and an intense lamb flavor and aroma.
Lomo is cured pork loin, seasoned only with black pepper.
Guanciale is cured pork jowl, seasoned only with black pepper. Try it once and you will imagine it going into your sauces, soups and even your veggie dishes.
Often referred to as "italian bacon" , pancetta is pork belly that is peppered, rolled and tied before it is hung to cure. It is often used as a cooking ingredient.
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