One of our favorite things in the universe is Fatted Calf's tonno di maiale ("tuna of pork"), which is basically preserved pork roast in olive oil. And yet? So much more. It's comforting, unique on the tongue, porky, and best of all, comes in a jar. This makes it perfect for sitting on the couch and stuffing into your mouth in one sitting.
The problem is, we've only been able to purchase it at the Ferry Building's farmers market on Saturday mornings.
Fortunately, according to Paolo Lucchesi of Inside Scoop, Taylor Boetticher will finally will open a Fatted Calf in Hayes Valley. Although he's been hinting at it for what seems like ever, Boetticher spills the details. Inside Scoop reports that the charcuterie "will be in the same vein as the original - a French-style charcuterie shop and neighborhood resource for a wide range of food items, from cured meats and baguettes to Liberty duck and Hudson chicken (and eventually, craft beers).
Check out their menu here.