This past weekend, my best friend and I went on our annual spring vintage shopping trip. There’s a street not too far away from either of us that’s packed with tiny antique stores and has a smattering of cafés and bistros to boot. On various separate occasions, I’ve eaten at a tiny restaurant on the same street, and it’s my absolute favorite place for Italian food. And the day we went, they had a table set up outside with free samples of bruschetta. There are no words to describe how good it was – honestly, I didn’t know bruschetta could be that fantastic. So naturally, I tried to recreate it the next day. What I came up with (recipe here) is pretty spectacular, I have to say – it’s light, fresh, and a breeze to make – but it certainly won’t stop me from going back to that restaurant.
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