I've always tolerated nightshades pretty well which is a good thing since tomatoes, eggplant, sweet and hot peppers, were definitely part of what I grew up on. Also cheeses, both hard and soft (ricotta), and cured meats like hard salami and prosciutto. And though we didn't eat fresh fish too often, cans of anchovies, and smoked clams/oyster/mussels were definitely around for snacks or parties. The holidays almost always had one or two squid dishes. Canned clams were used in sauces. We also ate a lot of pork, and as soon as I find a trustworthy, local source of pork, I'm sure I'll return to it. I loved the stuff and pre-primal, I probably ate as much of it as I did beef. There were always lemons, or at the very least "Real Lemon" in a bottle.
Antipasto, again mostly at the holidays or if my dad went to the city where he could go to the good delis, was cured meats, hard cheeses, olives, giardiniera, etc.
All of those things are comfort foods for me, and while I occasionally daydream about crispy baguettes, I'm pretty much over pasta.
The one thing we didn't have in our Sicilian household was oddly enough, olive oil. But that was only because it made my mother's nose itch.
"Right is right, even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it." - St. Augustine