Thievish Salami

Thievish Salami sliced with garlic cherry and tomatoes displayed on cutting board – made from pork ham – baked and smoked with beech and ash – seasoned with black pepper garlic and allspice
Thievish Salami, as it was named by the brigands of the XIXth century or Salami in the Outlaw Style, is considered to be a Romanian delight, worthy of any feast. We use only the pork’s ham, and the meat is cured first by boiling, followed by slow smoking with beech and ash. For seasoning, we use a combination of black pepper, garlic, and allspice.


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