The traditional selection of antipasto includes some of the following: a
few slices of salami, several shrimp, slices of cheese, olives, stuffed
eggplant or peppers, prosciutto, baked clams, radishes, sardines, but
of course, these are only suggestions. It is of particular interest to
mention the origin of the word antipas-to Pastais the Italian word which
covers all of the various dough preparations (like spaghetti, macaroni,
ravioli, and so forth) that form an integral part of so many Italian
meal Anti-pasto, thus, literally means “before the pasta,” the appetizer
served before the pasta course. Read more click her, http://oilandvinegar.cruets.com/1168/italian-cooking-with-extra-virgin-olive-oil-antipasta-recipies
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