The Foodie


The Foodie: Antipasto

July 10, 2008
by Jen O'Neill
Tempt your taste buds and prepare your stomach for the big meal to follow with a traditional Italian dish: antipasto. With its lively combination of tastes, both savory and sweet, it closely resembles other popular hors d’oeuvres, but brings a distinctly Italian flair and aesthetic. Originating in the sixteenth century, antipasto literally means “before the pasta” and is the perfect prelude to either a casual or an elegant meal.

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