Is there anything more meaty than a charcuterie board? Probably not. After all, the word "charcuterie," as defined by Merriam-Webster, means "a delicatessen specializing in dressed meats and meat dishes." Anyone looking for a great example of the form has to consider Empire State South. Chef Josh Hopkins takes the traditional approach and adds a Southern spin, featuring items like rillette of smoked catfish belly and head cheese with bourbon. Over at Eater National, Erin DeJesus breaks down what exactly goes on this upscale meat tray.