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a course of appetizers in an Italian meal

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My partner's ribeye steak was not as flavoursome as the fresh, rich meat I'd enjoyed in my antipasti starter, while the runny peppercorn sauce drizzled away from the cut and pooled on the plate meaning it struggled to make an impact.
The focaccia came down in a basket, either plain with some salt and garlic powder or else with a thin spread of tomato sauce, hot and great to go along with our antipasti.
Scatter the antipasti mix and tomato halves over the gnocchi and top with the torn mozzarella balls and grated Parmigiano-Reggiano.
Said Tesco deli counters buyer Nicola Jamieson: "Our love of Italian food continues to grow but while pizza and pasta have long been British favourites its elegant antipasti and olives and also nice Italian wine which have suddenly become super trendy.
With fairly generous portions of zuppe and antipasti under our fast-tightening belts, we were glad for the breathing space between courses.
Urbano peaked early, but couldnAEt sustain the momentum created by its antipasti selection.
CUTLINE: (1) Fred Plotkin, left, author of "Italy for the Gourmet Traveler," makes a visit to the Fay Club kitchen, where Executive Chef Bill Bergeron supervises cook Josh Vaillancourt during the preparation of a delicious antipasti for guests of the "Taste of Italy" event.
Although usually boiled, cauliflower can be served as a soup or pickled for salads and antipasti.
Q I'm making an Italian meal and would like to do antipasti as a starter.
At Liverpool's only Sardinianinspired restaurant, Filini, in the Radisson SAS Hotel, for just pounds 25 per person, you can enjoy a truly gorgeous "Mama I love you" menu with antipasti, a mouth-watering selection of mains and a choice of three scrumptious Italian desserts Alternatively, go Spanish.
If you're entertaining, finger foods or appetizers are surely a part of the occasion, and many cookbooks are dedicated to their production--but SMALL BITES: tapas, sushi, mezze, antipasti and other finger foods takes a more international approach than most, incorporating the finger foods of other countries to provide a pleasing alternative to ordinary dishes.
When it comes to the ever-popular arena of small plates, Italy's antipasti tradition fits the bill perfectly, served right at the bar or at table.
The premium sauce, pesto and antipasti supplier, based in north west Italy, said the new product used the best locally sourced vegetables.
You know that caf we've always wanted, a stylishly easy-going place where they serve delicious yet simple Italian food, chunky bruschettas, fabulous antipasti, creamy risottos?
Elisabeth, who collected 300 recipes for starters - including tapas, mezze and antipasti - from Spain to the Balkans, will speak on ``Food for Sharing'' at the expanding Narberth Food Festival in Pembrokeshire.