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Antipasto actually means before pasta. It's the italian word for appetizer. There can be pasta in it, or not (and for the record, macaroni is not pasta anyway). So ignore cranky people who just want to rain on your parade.

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Three Kids Make Me Crazy April 17, 2006

I don't care what it's called it's GREAT!! I added some olives and took it to a pot luck a few weeks ago, what a hit!! Thank you so much for sharing. :)

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Mamma Bug January 17, 2005

I hate to disappoint the person who entered this recipe, but it is not an antipasto salad...Antipasto really means no pasta, no macaroni...This recipe is actually a pasta salad.

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Cuchi September 23, 2002
Antipasto Salad