Your online destination for the freshest and most authentic Italian food, surpassing any supermarket.
At Frank and Sal, we specialize in providing a wide selection of premium Italian products, including artisanal cheeses, cured meats, handmade pasta, and mouthwatering sauces.
As your go-to Italian grocery store, we meticulously source our offerings from trusted Italian producers who have perfected their craft over generations. Our goal is to transport you to the charming streets of Italy, where every bite is an explosion of rich aromas and unforgettable flavors.
Why settle for mediocre when you can experience the true taste of Italy? Discover our extensive range of authentic Italian products and elevate your culinary creations today!
Embrace the difference of an Italian supermarket that goes beyond the ordinary. Shop with us and let us bring the essence of Italy to your table.
What is Charcuterie?
Charcuterie refers to the art of preparing and assembling cured meats and other meat products. The word "charcuterie" is derived from the French terms "chair"
(meaning "meat") and "cuit" (meaning "cooked"). Originally, it was used to describe shops in 15th-century France that sold products made from pork, including ham, sausages, bacon, and other pork products. Over time, the term has expanded to encompass a broader range of products.
Common items often found in charcuterie include:
Today, the presentation of these items, especially on a charcuterie board, has become a popular culinary trend. The variety of textures, flavors, and colors makes charcuterie boards visually appealing and a favorite for gatherings and parties. The art of charcuterie emphasizes the skill of preserving meat, which dates back before the advent of refrigeration, using methods like curing, smoking, and fermenting.Dive into the rich culinary traditions of Italy with Frank and Sal's meticulously crafted charcuterie collection. Every item in our assortment has been handpicked, showcasing only the crème de la crème of Salumi.
Franco Casamento created F CASAMENTO’S Salumeria in Palermo, Sicily in 1961.
In 1965 he moved his business to Brooklyn, New York. Today the tradition
continues with Frank and Sal Italian Market, now owned and operated by
Franco’s son, Francesco Casamento, and Frank Gassoso.
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Frank and Sal Italian Market