'The Italian word for snacks served before a meal. These are dishes to peak one's appetite, not quench it. This may consist of one or more dishes of all types of food. Common elements of an antipasto table are cured meats and salamis, olives, marinated vegetables, and cheese.
Italian appetizers that include olives, salami, peppers, marinated vegetable salads, sliced meats, cheeses and other similar foods.
a course of appetizers in an Italian meal
Italian cold appetiser.
An Italian word, meaning 'before the pasta', these...
Italian term describing an assortment of appetizers.
The Italian word, meaning ‘before pasta', for hot or cold starters or hors d'oeuvres. A mixture of antipasti could include cheese, smoked meats, salamis, olives, fish and marinated vegetables.
Literally meaning "before the pasta", antipasto refers to appetizers served before the entrÃ©e, or main meal.
a dish of cold meats, h'ors d'oeuvres and vegetables, which is served before the pasta.
cold hors d'oeuvres served before an Italian meal, which might include cheese, raw or marinated vegetables, prosciutto with figs or melon, olives, seafood, breadsticks, etc.
A dish of cold meats, hors doeuvres and vegetables, which is served before an Italian meal.
An appetizer served in Italian restaurants featuring salami, cheese, artichoke hearts, olives, tomatoes, and other foods, with a vinaigrette dressing.
Italian dish mostly served as a starter, usually a selection of cold marinated and prepared foods, cold cuts, olives etc.
refers to appetizers served before the main meal. Antipasto literally means "before the pasta.
assorted hors d'oeuvres, Italian style. Often included are ripe black olives, green stuffed olives, garlic sausage slices, salted anchovy curled on a sliced tomato, cooked dried beans in a vinaigrette dressing, prosciutto (thinly sliced fat ham) with cantaloupe.