The Primo Piate was some toasted pieces of bread and some pieces of mellon with small slices of proscuitto attached.
Yesterday aftrnoon Diane and I shopped together and this lovely lady asked me what I wanted for dinner and you can inmagine from the plethora of dishes that she cooks what music to my ears that question was. Oddly for many people I picked the easiest pasta recipe there is with only two ingrdeants other than the pasta: olive oil and finely chopped garlic. In Italian it is called aglio e olio or garlic with olive oil. I particularly like it with spgahetti or very thin pasta: not the thinest available but the next up; I think that it is #5, regular being #3.
After this delicious pasta course diane made us a cleansing spinach salad with seeds, feta and a rhanch dressing.
Our wine was another box wine that married very well with this delightful meal.