Columbus is hands down my favorite lunch meat. It tastes so pure and clean. The make great lunch meat, which I buy in the family size at Costco, but their speciality seems to be their salame. I previously posted about their new facility in the bay area, and my first special delivery from them. Most recently I was sent a new round of salame for my tasting pleasure, which included the following options:
Chorizo Casero: great for those who love some spicy kick.
Uncured Peppered: A little toooooo peppery for me, but my husband loves it.
Salame Toscano: a nice balance of flavor and fat. More along the lines of what I feel most people think salame is.
Soppressata: This one was my favorite. It has a hint of chili pepper, is a very firm salame, with a medium amount of fat to it.
Italian Dry: Typical salame. Firm, dry, medium amount of fat and tasty.