I'm looking for some nice salami that I can hang out and dry for a few days/week. I've tried many of the better well known makers like Boccalone, Salumi and Fra Mani. They make a nice salami but I'm looking for something with a bit more punch - maybe some pepper or heat. I bought a nice soppresetta from Cube the other day but I did not know who the maker was. The selection at Cube is pretty good and prices are good. On occasion I'll try the Beverly Hills Cheese Store which has a great selection but it's very expensive and they generally don't know where the salami is from.
Does Larchmont Cheese Store or Andrews on Montana have a good selection? I'm willing to drive pretty much anywhere in the 310 to 213.