Gary Phillipe

Since the 15th century, antipasto is the beginning of a formal Italian meal (Latin ante meaning ‘before’ and pastus ‘meal’). Plates of cured meats, olives, anchovies, mushrooms, cheeses, and vegetable in oil and vinegar are served at celebratory dinners with the extended family and friends or after religious celebrations.

The combination of colours, flavours, textures of the foods,

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