Make the perfect antipasto platter with the help of Taste of Tuscany
When you are next planning to sit on the back deck with friends and a cool beverage in hand, consider accompanying your drink with an antipasto platter. Antipasto literally means ‘before the meal’ and can be made with a combination of small bites of tasty food. All good for stimulating both conversation and the appetite before indulging in the main meal.
If you need a little help with your antipasto platter, pay a visit to Taste of Tuscany at any of the Jan Powers Markets (except Mitchelton), Moggill Markets or The Gap Farmers’ Markets. With antipasto, it’s always best to keep things simple. Narrow your choices down to two or three items, then incorporate a few fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables and you’re set.
Remember it’s simply about providing a prequel to the meal your planning and blending complementary flavours, aromas and colours. Taste of Tuscany offers up a range of delicious items including deep-fried olives, marinated feta, bell peppers, marinated semi-dried tomatoes, gorgonzola and pecorino. You can also find Sicilian olives, marinated Kalamata olives, green olives stuffed with almonds, garlic or semi-dried tomatoes, and lemongrass, coriander, ginger and sweet-chilli olives as well as pesto, hummus dips and olive tapenade. Taste of Tuscany is well equipped to help you complete an eye-catching and delicious platter.
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