Tickling the appetite with savory local flavors, antipasti is the first course of a formal Italian meal. From cured meats to brined olives, pickled vegetables, capers, tapenades and striking cheeses, there are no strict parameters to limit what you can or cannot include in your antipasti. The only rules are that it must be delicious, bitesized, and shareable. We've put together a guide for how to assemble the best antipasti for your next meal.
Due to its mild flavor and meaty texture, swordfish is an excellent choice for grilling. Paired with grilled summer squash, basil, and Tomato Almond Bruschetta, enjoy this dish al fresco with a cold glass of Pinot Grigio.