Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Garden-Fresh Bruschetta

A batch of bruschetta is just minutes from your garden--there's nothing quite like it. Toast slices of French bread, or any crusty loaf, spread with a butter or olive oil and sprinkled with garlic sea salt. While the slices are toasting up, chop several fresh tomatoes, snip several fresh basil leaves, mince one garlic clove, and then drizzle in extra virgin olive oil and a splash of white wine vinegar. Toss it together and serve with the bread. It goes with a meal, or it is the meal!

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