Traditionally, antipasto platters consist of Italian style meats and cheeses, but the selection is entirely up to you.
Antipasto platters consist of an assortment of cheeses, luncheon meats, pickles, vegetables, and garnishes.
One great idea for a thanksgiving appetizer is the antipasto platter.
The cuisine, as expected, is Italian, with an emphasis on pasta with a variety of sauces, antipasto, and veal dishes.
This cookbook takes the reader from antipasto through dessert.
Antipasto is Latin and it means "before the meal," which is when you would want to serve your appetizers.
Salads include traditional antipasto, as well as a tomato carpaccio on mesclun.
Starters include the house antipasto, bruschetta, soup of the day and various salads.
The menu features a full line of pastas as well as numerous daily specials, including fish, chicken, steak, liver, veal and calamari main courses, fresh seasonal vegetables and salads and a stupendous antipasto platter.
Favorite menu items include baked dips, pan-fried ravioli, gnocchi and antipasto platters.
Graziano's offers both a take-out menu and a sit-down menu, with an appetizer list that includes a delicious antipasto and fabulous homemade soup.
This is an ideal spot to pick up incredible sandwiches and other ingredients, like antipasto and fresh mozzarella, for the perfect picnic meal.
Appetizers include clams on the half-shell, stuffed mushrooms and antipasto.
Award-winning favorites include the calamari and antipasto plate appetizers, filet meatballs with spaghetti, penne with jumbo prawns in vodka sauce, filet mignon, sea bass and sole.