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Aline  
Check out some of the featured appetizers on our new menu! #pitabreadandhummus #springrolls #bruschetta


Anneros  
Another day, another baguette.

#bruschetta
#antipasto


Franka  
Unnecessarily proud of myself for putting salsa on top of slices of baguette. #bruschetta #BRUHschetta GordonRamsay MASTERCHEFonFOX


Tilo  
#HalfOff #Appetizers tonight! 6pm-close! #AhiTuna #SpringRolls #Fondue #Bruschetta

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Marion  ·  8d ago

Check out some of the featured appetizers on our new menu! #pitabreadandhummus #springrolls #bruschetta

Katie  ·  16d

Home made #bruschetta
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Evchen  ·  1mon

Another day, another baguette.

#bruschetta
#antipasto

Stephanie  ·  1mon ago

Tonight’s show is at ROMO’s in Glenmont,NY. 6-9pm@
#Bruschetta

Fia  ·  1mon ago

what did the fuck happen to Dion Esposito? He was the only reason I watched vine #bruschetta


Bruschetta (Italian pronunciation: [bruˈsketta] ( listen)) is an antipasto (starter dish) from Italy consisting of grilled bread rubbed with garlic and topped with olive oil and salt. Variations may include toppings of tomato, vegetables, beans, cured meat, or cheese. A popular dish is Bruschetta with tomatoes; the most popular recipe outside Italy involves basil, fresh tomato, garlic and onion or mozzarella. Bruschetta is usually served as a snack or appetizer. In some countries, a topping of chopped tomato, olive oil and herbs is marketed under the bruschetta name. In Italy, bruschetta is often prepared using a brustolina grill. In the Abruzzo region of Italy a variation of bruschetta made with a salame called ventricina is served. Raw pork products and spices encased in pig bladder are aged and the paste spread on open slices of bread which are sometimes grilled. This was a way of salvaging bread that was going stale. In Tuscany it is called fettunta and it is usually served without toppings, especially in November, to taste the very first oil of the season.