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best antipasto?

virg hilts | | Mar 9, 2001 08:03 PM

I've traveled far and wide looking for the best traditional Italian antipasto and have yet to find one. I'm looking for more than just cold cuts on a plate. Does anyone know where I can find a great antipasto?

My ideal one would have edible lettuce (not the poor quality thrown on as a place setting for the tomatoes or added as garnish), quality salami and provolone, pepperoncini, celery, large green and black olives, and lots of marinated vegetables (giardinia?). And don't forget good anchovies (meaty and without all the loose little bones)...

Mileage no problem...

Has anyone found one they'd recommend?? I'm desperate!!

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