Bruscetta and Crostini

Bruscetta and Crostini

Bruscetta is a big slice of Tuscan bread toasted and rubbed on both sides with garlic and doused with freshly pressed olive oil on both sides. Crostini is smaller, toasted (or fried) bread topped with liver paste, or walnuts with anchovies and butter, or stewed tomatoes and mozzarella. 

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