Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Antipasto

Our New Year's Eve celebration was an early and a quiet affair.

Antipasto means "before the meal,"  the first course of a big Italian dinner, meant to take the edge off for hungry diners.  In our case antipasto, was a large part of the entire meal, served with a bottle of white wine.

There is an Italian market just a mile from the house that may prove to be our downfall.  And how easy is this?  Arrange food on a plate, then let it come to room temperature and enjoy.

10 comments:

  1. Perfect!! Enjoy that Italian market.

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  2. That looks like good eating. Our 'antipasto' consisted of smoked salmon, several cheeses, crackers, nuts and white wine. I din't count calories that day!

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  3. Looks perfect. Don't skimp on the wine. It's good for the heart.

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  4. Looks delish. Happy New Year.

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  5. Gosh that looks good. Looks like the perfect end to a less than perfect year.

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  6. Looks VERY good! I wouldn't mind some of that!

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  7. Looks fantastic! You just need top class ingredients! I am inspired!

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  8. That looks good enough to eat, Olga! Yum. Also, I applaud markets with delicious offerings so I don't have to cook.

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  9. What a lovely way to finish the year italian style.

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