What is our speciality?
Americannery is specialized in seafood "rillettes" (spreads). They are cooked in Brittany, France by a French chef. Our fishing is sustainable and comes from the Atlantic.
Rillettes are only made with the best part of the fish or shellfish and slowly cooked in large pots, without grinding, until everything melts. They retain the rich texture of the seafood, as well as their nutritional qualities and taste like homemade spreads!
Our recipes enhance the taste of seafood with our choice of organic spices and vegetables. Hot sterilization avoids the use of preservatives. The quality of the products used means we do not need to add food coloring. Our rillettes are shelf stable and ready to enjoy.
At Americannery, you will also find French cheese, charcuterie, wine, gift baskets, cookies, and more...
How to eat our Rillettes (spreads)?
A very French way to enjoy our rillettes is to add them chilled to your charcuterie and cheese boards! Spread on plain crackers, baguette or toasts, and served with a glass of wine, they will take you away to France! A few veggies, fruits and nuts on the board will make the perfect healthy treat.
You can also enjoy our rillettes on a sandwich with a salad on the side, or on bagels for breakfast.
OUR RECIPES OF THE MOMENT
Nice gifts for those who already have everything! It's so unique, and so good.
They have a great selection of imported French seafood rillettes. Delicious on crackers or toasts with a glass of wine.
Their smoked salmon rillettes taste like homemade spreads... and we are from Alaska!
They make UNIQUE and great corporate gifts.
I always have some Americannery rillettes at home. They are shelf stable.
Amazing seafood rillettes, charcuterie, cheese and wine. Love the Black Truffle Salami. A must.
We chose the Indian style Tuna and the Lobster rillettes to pair with their charcuterie. OMG, so delicious!
It is very unique and very European flair!!! The staff are so friendly and knowledgeable.
They have great 'Duffy Kits’ that are perfect for picnics or happy hour! Good French wines too!