"Bruschetta with truffle is a real delicacy and will certainly make your guests enthusiastic."
And here's another favorite of mine:
"Don't use oil too sparingly and if you find it necessary, add more than the suggested spoonful. If some sauce remains in the plate, you will find it pleasant for bread dipping."
Bread, What a Goodness!
*Bruschetta (garlic bread) and crostone (large crouton), typical of Central Italy, but very widespread beyond its own borders, easily prepared, genuine and appetizing, may be served as starters but, if you are willing to enrich them with other ingredients, they may be served without doubt, as a first or even second course.Even though it is true that the traditional preparation is based on oil, salt, garlic, some country cheese or vegetables, there are also many ways of creating the most unusual variants. It is just according to these possibilities that we will accompany you through the following pages, which I hope will be neither boring nor burdensome.