Sunday’s Italian lunch: baked broccoli with feta and olives, horse meat, bruschetta and antipasti.

bruschetta

Oven baked bread, served with oregano and olive oil.

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Horse meat: pan roasted and then served with olive oil, chilli flakes, balsamic vinegar, salt, spring onion.

broccoli with feta

Baked broccoli (previously boiled in salted water) with black olives and feta cheese.

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Black olives and green olives stuffed with peppers.

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Sun-dried tomatoes and French baguette.

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11 thoughts on “Sunday’s Italian lunch: baked broccoli with feta and olives, horse meat, bruschetta and antipasti.

  1. I live somewhere where wild horses run free yet are constantly being round up because the herds end up in the urban sprawl. There is always a controversy over them being sold for their meat. I haven’t quite figured out why it is different to eat a cow rather than a horse. Interesting to see someone prepare it so well. :)

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  2. Interesting recipe Cosmo. I may have to try this. Though we have no horse meat here. So I will use lean beef and I am going to put goat cheese in place of feta. What do you think? I did live in Mexico for 5 years and sometimes they will pass of horse meat as beef. You can’t really tell the difference. I live here in USA, most Americans get freaked out about something different. They’ll eat Beef-a-lo but no horse.

    Thanks for sharing and also for your visit to my blog, Savor the Food. I appreciate your readership and comments Cosmo.

    Chef Randall
    savorthefood.wordpress.com

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