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100 Favorite Dishes

100 Favorite Dishes: No. 77 -- Housemade Charcuterie From Market 17

As a countdown to the Best of Broward Palm Beach 2011, coming in June, Clean Plate Charlie is serving up a hundred of our favorite dishes in South Florida. Send your own nominations to [email protected]



No. 77 Housemade Charcuterie from Market 17



At Market 17, the charcuterie platter changes often just like the menu. Designed around the trendy farm-to-table movement, the restaurant is dedicated to clean, organic food from sustainable sources.

The artfully presented selection of freshly prepared in-house meats usually offers a collection of sausages like hot pepper steak, beef, duck or garlic sausage.  A different day may bring Canadian-style ham, salami or a rich duck pâté on toast.  Then there are the delicious spreads -- a creamy garlic and an herb goat cheese which effortlessly paints across fresh crusty bread.

Caveat: Be prepared for a fight with your dining companion for the last bite.

Market 17
1850 SE 17th St., Ste. 109, Fort Lauderdale


Previous 100 favorite dishes:
No. 78: Crab Benedict at the Downtowner Saloon

No. 79: The Aileen Special from Undergrounds Coffeehaus
No. 80: Insalata Caprese at Fiorentina
No. 81: Angus and Brie Burger from Gilbert's 17th Street Grill


No. 82: Pulled Pork Sliders from Gratify American GastroPub

No. 83: Fagottini al Tartufo Bianco e Nero From Apicius Ristorante e Enoteca
No. 84: Guacamole from Dos Caminos
No. 85: Rock Shrimp from Bahama Mama
No. 86: The Grease Beast at Grease Burger


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