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Tuscany’s Gift

Bruschetta con aglio translates as garlic with toast.  It originated in the northwestern province of Tuscany, where it is called “fettunata,” or “oiled slice.”  It is the perfect marriage of garlic, olive oil, and coarse salt on toasted bread.  The Romans called it “bruschetto.”  Regardless, it is a favorite appetizer of many around the globe.  […]

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