Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Info about, for or on Italian appetizers


Here are some links about, for or on Italian appetizers:


    • Appetizers – "Category Archives:" – blogger: Letizia and Ruurd, "the family photographer" – Source: Madonna del Piatto – "This is my blog about Italian family food. . ."
    • Appetizers in the Italian way – "Authentic Italian Cooking" – Source: The Italian Taste – "All that got Italy famous in the world"
    • Appetizers Recipes – "by Category" – Mary Ann Esposito – Source: CIAO ITALIA™ with Mary Ann Esposito – "America's Longest Running Cooking Show"
    • Italian Appetizers – "Looking for a break from wings and dips? Try some Italian appetizers for a change of pace. Cocktail-size meatballs in a sweet tomato sauce come to mind. Or sample some of the seafood or vegetable appetizers with an Italian twist. Bruschetta, crisp toast rounds topped with chopped tomatoes and herbs, is a quick to prepare appetizer that is light enough to please the most committed dieters." – Source: Better Recipes – "better recipes • better meals"
    • Italian Appetizers – "Looking for Italian appetizers? Find easy Italian appetizer recipes including bruschetta and other Italian breads, Italian salads, and more Italian appetizers." – Source: tasteofhome – "COOKING • CARING • SHARING"
    • Italian Appetizers – "Italian appetizers come in large varieties, from the antipasto dishes, salads made of fresh vegetables, to the herbal bread with olive oil and garlic. Some pasta sauces may be used as dressing for salads, such as pesto, a green sauce, made from basil, pine nuts, olive oil, garlic, and parmesan cheese. Bruschetta is probably the best known Italian appetizer, and consists of baked bread with garlic, olive oil, tomatoes and basil. It is usually served hot in fancy restaurants before the main course. Other great appetizers include the pinzimonio (fresh raw vegetables), pickled onions, artichokes packed in oil, grilled bell peppers, pickled eggplant and even octopus and onions with sardines. Fried calamari is a great Italian appetizer usually served in fancy restaurants before dinner, and a basket of herbal garlic bread and olive oil are offered from the house. The herbs in the bread offered as appetizers, include basil, oregano, dill, parsley and seamy seeds." – "Browse All Italian Recipes: Italian Appetizers | Italian Beverages | Italian Soups | Italian Salads | Italian Vegetarian | Italian Meat Dishes | Italian Snacks | Italian Desserts " – "About" – Source: Found in the Recipes wikia section on fandom – "POWERED BY wikia"
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    • Italian Appetizers – "The authentic Italian appetizers I've come to know living here in Italy. These are my favorite recipes for Italian style appetizers you can easily prepare by yourself. Here you'll find ideas for an appetizer introducing an Italian dinner or just to be served as a side to an aperitif drink." – Ana Maria da Costa Vasconcellos – Source: All About Italian Food – "The best Italian Food you can prepare easily by yourself!"
    • Italian Appetizers – "Italian Appetizers recipes list" – Source: – "Simple Italian recipes, delicious ideas to put fantasy in your dishes!"
    • Italian Appetizers Recipes List – "Italian Appetizers" – Source: Italian Food Recipes – "Simple Italian recipes, delicious ideas to put fantasy in your dishes!"
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That's it for Wednesday, 14 March 2012: mercoledì, 14 marzo 2012

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