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    Create a Stunning Antipasti Pine Tree Platter: The Ultimate Customizable Appetizer Board

    An inviting and detailed holiday-themed antipasti spread laid out in the shape of a pine tree on a warm wooden surface, featuring Italian-American favorites like Red Pepperazzi peppers, Lemon Feta Antipasti in Oil, Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Colossal Calamata Olives, Stuffed Grape Leaves, and Marinated Artichokes, all separated and adorned with fresh rosemary sprigs, evoking the warmth and tradition of family gatherings during the holidays.

    Discover how to craft an eye-catching and aromatic Antipasti Pine Tree Platter, a customizable appetizer board featuring your favorite treats and fresh rosemary sprigs that’s perfect for any gathering.

    Are you a fan of antipasti and looking for a creative way to display your favorite nibbles? Look no further! This Antipasti Pine Tree Platter is the perfect combination of elegance and simplicity, adding a whimsical touch to any gathering. This easy-to-assemble appetizer board allows you to bring in your own choice of treats, including Red Peppadew peppers, Lemon Feta Antipasti in Oil, Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Calamata Olives, Stuffed Grape Leaves, Marinated Artichokes, Garlic Stuffed Olives, and more. Don’t forget the star of the show: fresh rosemary sprigs that not only divide your treats but also create a gorgeous, fragrant base.

    The assembly process is straightforward and utterly enjoyable. Begin by creating a pine tree outline on your serving platter, fill it in with sprigs of aromatic rosemary, and then decorate it by laying rows of your chosen treats. The flexibility to add what you love makes this platter a customizable feast for the eyes and the palate. The fresh rosemary offers an aromatic dimension, while the antipasti selections bring in rich textures and flavors. This platter is ideal for holidays, dinner parties, or any social gathering where you want to impress.

    This Antipasti Pine Tree Platter is not just food; it’s a piece of art that is bound to be the centerpiece of your table. So why not give it a try for your next get-together?

    Antipasti Pine Tree Platter: A Festive Holiday Appetizer

    An inviting and detailed holiday-themed antipasti spread laid out in the shape of a pine tree on a warm wooden surface, featuring Italian-American favorites like Red Peppadew peppers, Lemon Feta Antipasti in Oil, Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Colossal Calamata Olives, Stuffed Grape Leaves, and Marinated Artichokes, all separated and adorned with fresh rosemary sprigs, evoking the warmth and tradition of family gatherings during the holidays.

    Course Appetizer
    Cuisine American
    Keyword appetizer, easy recipe
    Prep Time 20 minutes
    Servings 8 people
    Author we are all magic

    Ingredients

    • A generous amount of fresh rosemary sprigs
    • Pickled Peppadew Peppers
    • Lemon Feta Antipasti in Oil
    • Sun-Dried Tomatoes
    • Calamata Olives
    • Stuffed Grape Leaves
    • Marinated Artichokes
    • Garlic Stuffed Olives
    • Stuffed Peppadew Peppers
    • Gorgonzola
    • Provalone
    • Prosciutto
    • Salami or Chorizo

    Instructions

    1. Begin by sketching the shape of a pine tree on your serving platter, taking into account the size of your surface and the quantity of your ingredients.

    2. Fill in the pine tree outline with sprigs of fresh rosemary.

    3. Decorate the rosemary-filled shape by placing rows of your favorite treats and bites on top.

    4. If you wish, use additional rosemary sprigs to separate each row of treats.

    5. Replenish the treats and rosemary as needed.

  • Italian-American Meatball Cookies decorated with various colored sprinkles and served on a dark green enamel marbled plate.
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    Meatball Cookies

    Classic Italian-American Chocolate-Spice Holiday Cookies. Meatball Cookies are hands-down my favorite Christmas or Holiday cookie. My mother has probably been making these cookies for the last 70-years. She’s definitely made them…