This tiny storefront on a suburban side street, just around the corner from a Salvation Army thrift store, is tidy and a bit dowdy, greeting customers with one plain-seeming refrigerated case and a blackboard. But once you get a gander of what’s inside that case, you realize this is the kind of butcher you’d be thrilled to discover on a road trip in Tuscany. Owner Rusty Bowers has an equally deft touch with fresh sausages and fermented salami. His daily offerings range from snappy, juicy links flavored with roasted poblano peppers and cumin to gorgeous sopressata and Thuringer salami smoked over pecan wood. Bowers may be most famous locally for his terrific thick-cut bacon rubbed with molasses and maple; it caramelizes as it crisps. And his antibiotic-free Berkshire pork is sourced from Georgia’s Gum Creek Farms, where the hogs are raised on pasture free of insecticides and herbicides.