I can’t really call this a recipe, but it’s such a lovely (and easy) way to present Antipasti that I thought it was worth sharing with you all. Antipasto means “before the meal” and is the traditional first course of a formal Italian meal. The wreath itself is formed from sprigs of Rosemary, which looks very festive and is available all year round, but for a summer wreath there would be a whole host of herbs available in the garden to experiment with. I served this a couple of times over Christmas. I simply covered it with pieces of kitchen towel after I had prepared it, to avoid stray fingers or anything else finding their way into it before I was ready to serve.
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