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Matthew 5:13

Welcome to for the King charcuterie. This is our story for His glory.  We appreciate your support and enjoy getting to support the Omaha, Papillion, La Vista, Lincoln, Bellevue, and Council Bluffs areas providing delicious charcuterie.  With many flavors and combinations, allow yourself to be whisked away on a culinary adventure.

We are hard at work to bring you a new online ordering feature, which currently is nearing completion. We wanted you all to see what you have helped us create and we wanted to publish the updates. Along with the new online ordering feature there are new pictures from more recent work.

Time flies! Love the ones you hold, and hold the ones you love.

And speaking of culinary adventure, you must try an exquisite fine dining experience from our commissary kitchen A Foreign Taste located off 144th and Fort St.

* If you have a personal charcuterie/cheese board that you would like me to build your order on, let me know in the checkout where you can add text about your order if needed and I will arrange to pick it up.
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A Foreign Taste
14242 Fort Street, Ste 109
Omaha, Nebraska 68164

** If you have a personal board you would like me to use, there is a text field at checkout. If you would, then I will contact you to arrange pick up.


Peppered Salami

A Peppery Kick Hand rolled Italian Dry salami—mild and sweet—in freshly cracked black peppercorns to give it a spicy bite followed by the true flavor of our original Salami. Aged 21 to 55 days depending on size.

Italian Dry Salami

Using a complement of spices, full-bodied wine and select cuts of pork, Italian Dry salami brings out the richness and aroma unique to this slow-cured specialty meat.

Genoa Salami

What makes this salami different is that it starts with finely chopped, extra-lean pork. Then garlic, cracked black pepper, and wine is added, after which it’s slow-aged—giving it the aromatic mildness and soft texture it’s famous for. Slow aged at least 30 days depending on size.

Sopressata

Sopressata Salami is originally from the Abruzzese region of Italy. Sweet fennel and fresh garlic to give this rich salami a highly complex aroma. Our slow aging process brings out the distinctive mild flavor of the meat. Aged 21 to 51 days depending on size

Hot Sopressata

Made with coarsely chopped whole cuts of pork - Chile de arbol, paprika, and sherry wine give Hot Sopressata Salami a highly complex aroma and a pleasantly spicy finish. Aged 21 to 52 days.

Rosette De Lyon Salami

This country-style salami—named for its rose-colored appearance—comes from Lyon, the culinary capital of France. Select cuts of pork—coarsely chopped—then add fresh garlic and white peppercorns, and slow-age it 25 days for a sweet, mellow flavor

Finocchiona

An Italian folklore goes, a thief walking through a fair in Prato, Tuscany stole a stick of salami from a merchant and hid it in a field of wild fennel. When he returned, it had absorbed the distinct sweet flavor and aroma of the fennel and Finocchiona was born. Whole cuts of pork, fresh garlic, sherry wine and wild fennel seeds that add a mellow aroma and taste. Slow aged for up to 90 days.

Brie

Using traditional French cheese making techniques that start with local milk, added cream, and a unique blend of cultures. The result is a brie style cheese that is smooth and creamy with slightly sweet, milky flavors and a velvety white rind. Steely chardonnay or fruity sauvignon blanc are good for young cheese. The earthy flavors of more mature, weighty white Burgundy and red Burgundy are lovely with more mature Brie

Port Salut

Port Salut cheese is made from pasteurized cow’s milk and is also known as Saint Paulin. This cheese was first produced from Trappist monks, who made cheese in order to survive. This is a semi-soft cheese, which has a recognizable orange rind and a characteristic sweet and mild flavor. This French cheese also has a smooth, velvety texture.

Manchego

A semi-soft cheese, pale yellow in color, with a firm and supple texture, a pleasant grassy aroma and a fruity, nutty, tangy and sweet flavor.

Toscano Cheese Soaked in Syrah

This creamy Toscano cheese soaked in syrah is a hard cow's milk cheese with the bite of a parmesan, and the creaminess of a cheddar.

Toscano Cheese soaked in Chardonnay

Creamy Toscano Cheese soaked in Chardonnay Wine starts with wheels of that same nutty, creamy cheese, crafted in Wisconsin. Each wheel is patiently soaked by hand in a bright and buttery Chardonnay. The classic character of the wine with hints of sweet citrus create a savory masterpiece.

Toscano Cheese with Black Pepper

As it ages, each wheel of cheese is hand-rubbed with cracked black pepper, so every wedge features a burst of mildly spicy pepper flavor—the closer you get to the outside of the wheel, the more pronounced the flavor becomes, yet it's never overpowering.

Rosemary & Olive Oil Asiago

Hand-rubbed with rosemary and Italian olive oil for a decadent, rich, nutty, slightly fruity, and simply sensational cheese. Asiago with Rosemary and Olive Oil is delicious for snacking, but can also be grated into your favorite Italian dish.

Unexpected Cheddar

Unexpected Cheddar looks like an aged Cheddar. It tastes like an aged Cheddar. and then the plot twist. The smooth creaminess of the Cheddar gives way to a tangy flavor and light crumbly texture, a nice hint of salt crystallization is discovered, and it begins to taste like an aged Parmesan. Delicious! As with most cheeses, we suggest letting Unexpected Cheddar breathe at room temperature for about 30 minutes prior to serving. If you’re prepping a platter, unwrap the cheese and resist the temptation to cut right in. Your patience will be rewarded with cheese that really lives up to its flavor potential. It really is worth the wait.

Caramelized Onion Cheddar

A creamy cheese loaded with sweet caramelized onions. It's like eating French onion soup in cheese form! Tangy and sweet flavor.

Cranberry Cheddar

A white cheddar that is accentuated with cranberries.A nutty, rich taste with the tart of cranberry.

Champagne Cheddar

An aged cheddar, a light sweet flavor that is guaranteed to bubble up your taste buds. Serve as an elegant hors d'oeuvre along with fresh strawberries, pears and grapes.

Double Smoked Cheddar

Cheddar cheese is smoked twice to impart a robustly smoky flavor.

Truffle Cheddar

Sweet and buttery flavors provide the foundation welcoming the musky, earthy, sensual aromas of truffle that accent this cheese. With a semi-firm texture that is both pliant and creamy,

Dutch Gouda

The Aging, younger cheeses have a buttery, mild, and slightly tangy flavor. But as the cheese ages, it develops a caramel sweetness with notes of butterscotch.

Smoked Gouda

A bit nuttier tasting than the regular Gouda. It's buttery, creamy and smooth with sweet and salty notes. As with all cheeses, be sure to enjoy at room temperature

Aged Gouda

Aged gouda is similar to parmesan in texture, developing crunchy cheese crystals and a more crumbly texture. Aged gouda has a rich, nutty, caramelly taste, often reminiscent of butterscotch.

Mozzarella

A springy and dense consistency with a light and barely discernible aroma of wholesome cream. A soft, silky, milky and mild flavor. It's considered one of the healthier cheeses, due to its high levels of calcium, protein and iron (and low portion of fat and sodium).

Hello,  my name is Nick McGee and this is my new business, "for the King charcuterie". You may have heard of my work from my recent posts on Omaha Food Lovers as "Nick from Hy-Vee". I am taking a leap of faith and starting my own charcuterie board business.

In 2016 when I was at my lowest, God challenged me to complete something without quitting and He would show me how much I can grow as a person. I decided I could not go the same amount of time it would take me to complete a program and look back and go, "if only I would have started I would be done by now." I decided the Metropolitan Community College associates degree in Culinary Arts would be my field of study, my mother, an excellent home chef, inspired me to start. During my first class, the instructor told the class that a former graduate of the program had moved out to California and started running a successful Charcuterie and Wine business. From that moment, something stirred in me. I didn't know what my future held, but I graduated in May of 2019. During my time at school I was working for Hy-Vee and eventually became the Charcuterie Specialist in 2020. During this tenure, I've enjoyed success as your Omaha Food Lover charcuterie go-to guy, and I hope to continue that.

In July 2022 I decided that it was time for me to resign my position from Hy-Vee to pursue a career that would align with my faith. I surely do not deserve this, but I thank the Lord for the opportunities in front of me. God has truly moved mountains in my life and I am proud to introduce a company that is faith based and for our King.

Now all glory to God, who is able, through his mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we might ask or think.
                                                                                                     Ephesians 3:20

- Nick and Kara McGee


ABOUT our COMMISSARY kitchen a foreign taste imageABOUT our COMMISSARY kitchen a foreign taste image
A Foreign Taste in Omaha, NE, is more than just a restaurant; it's an unforgettable culinary journey that transports you around the globe, one bite at a time. Owner and sommelier, JT Agenor has brought his travel inspired cuisines to Omaha, Nebraska. With its inviting ambiance, diverse menu, and impeccable service, this hidden gem has firmly established itself as a must-visit destination for food lovers in the area. Treat yourself to a meal at A Foreign Taste and experience a dining experience that will leave a lasting impression.

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Location & Hours


A Foreign Taste
14242 Fort St. Ste 109
Omaha, Nebraska 68164
(531) 867-8538

Monday - Closed

Tuesday - Closed

Wednesday - 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Thursday - 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Friday - 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Saturday - 8:00 am - 12 pm Brunch - Dinner 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Sunday - 9:30 am - 1:00 pm Brunch





Order Accommodation & Cancellation Policy

We prefer at least 24 hours notice for board requests. All orders are based upon product availability. Payment in full is due at the time the order is placed. I accept Venmo, cash, or personal check at this time. ONLINE ORDERING COMING SOON! Orders cancelled 48 hours prior to pick up/delivery will receive a credit towards a future order. Orders cancelled less than 48 hours prior to pick up/delivery are ineligible for a refund or credit.

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