the best antipasto I've ever come across, the recipe is requested with every serving. Wonderful on crackers and have used it as a cold topper for a brie cheese wheel. (Originally from "Georgian Bay Gourmet, Winter entertaining")
Can double, triple this recipe, very basic add to recipe, Freeze in portion servings. Add whatever is in the frige, carrot , green pepper, celery, mushrooms etc. Serve over any kind of noodles or rice and sprinkle with parmesan. Use as a base for lasagna, tacos, chili or casseroles, just generaly handy to have in the freezer.
Vibrant taste and colour from freshly harvested, vine ripened tomatoes. Serve with tossed green salad for a light lunch or supper or cut into small squares and serve for appetizer. from Canadian Living mag.
Like I said it's been 10 years since I did this recipe, but I remember them as being excellent. Both the family and company liked them. If you have a "tough old buck", marinate them overnight in port wine or any good red wine.