Oct 8, 2015


Antipasto (plural antipasti) translates to “before the meal”

Antipasto is the famous first course of a formal Italian meal. Antipasto in this day and age can consist of numerous ingredients, but commonly includes cured meats, olives, mushrooms, anchovies, artichoke hearts, various cheeses, pickles and char-grilled vegetables marinated in flavoured oil.

There are many variations of Antipasto and it is used loosely as a term for a cold selection of meats and garnishes served in a traditional fashion.

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