Blast from the past…
(1) QUESADILLA—-(Kay- sa- dee- ah ). Straight from Mexico, a QUESADILLA is a flour or corn tortilla filled with all things yummy. Stuffed with cheese, veggies or other ingredients, it is folded and served in a half-moon shape.
(2) HORS d’OEUVRES—-( Or- derv ) This is a fancy name for appetizers. Hors d’oeuvres are small dishes before the main course, typically meant to be eaten by hand.
(3) BRUSCHETTA—-(Broo- sket- tah, not broo- shedda ). All the way from Italy, Bruschetta is grilled bread, rubbed with garlic and sprinkled with olive oil. Toppings can be varied ——–from tomatoes to cured meat.
(4)MASCARPONE-(Mah- scar- poh- nay)——Milky-white in colour, and easy to spread, Mascarpone is an Italian cheese made from cream. it is the ever so popular ingredient in a Tiramisu.
(5) GNOCCHI—(Nyawk- kee)—- These are small dumplings made from flour, potatoes, semolina or a combination of these ingredients, boiled and served…
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