If olive oil is the lifeblood of Tuscan cuisine, bread is the foundation. Anything eaten with bread, such as this savoury appetizer, is called companatico.
Black Olive and Sundried Tomato-Marinated Goat's Cheese
Marinated Feta Cheese & Olive Platter
A great addition for a Mediterranean dinner, starring sheep’s milk French feta cheese. Its salty tang and floral quality makes it unique among fetas.
Tuscan-Style Marinated Goat's Cheese
Lively, gutsy, crowd-pleasing flavours. An appetizer that rewards greatly for so little effort.
Tzatziki Greek Salad
As far as tossed salads go, this one couldn’t be simpler. Just vegetables, olives and feta tossed together with tzatziki as the “dressing.” Great with souvlaki.
Floating Stilton Toasts
The toast-and-cheese garnish transforms creamy canned mushroom soup into a worthy dinner starter or elegant lunch.
Bloomin' Mozzarella Salad
The defining flavours of Italy are in this antipasto - mozzarella cheese, olive oil and balsamic vinegar.