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  • n. Plural form of bruschetta.


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  • If you use a rye bread with whole caraway seeds baked in, they'll lend the bruschettas a pleasant and unexpected kick.

    Mushroom Bruschetta With Arugula

  • At each of her three restaurants, bruschettas—as the Italians call them—are staples.

    Mushroom Bruschetta With Arugula

  • Serve the bruschettas, warm if you can, as a snack though be warned: they can be messy to eat without utensils or make a meal of them with Ms. Bloomfield's simple arugula salad.

    Mushroom Bruschetta With Arugula

  • These include grilled bruschettas, Sicilian-style pork meatballs and paccheri, a large-tube pasta with a rustic ragu.


  • This is a Milanese Italian restaurant that makes its pasta fresh daily, has a beautiful rustic atmosphere, and a fantastic little shop with lots of bruschettas and sauces and kitchen supplies.

    Yarn and Pasta

  • And there was something about the intimacy of the tiny restaurant, serving home-made Italian soups and bruschettas to museum types, that emboldened me.

    Kalooki Nights

  • We do a lot of savory bruschettas, but haven't really gone sweet with them.

    Sweet Bruschetta

  • Make some minis for appetizers, or use it to grill bread for bruschettas.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • But why go away when the bruschettas and pa amb oli are so much better at home?

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Price range: Salads and bruschettas $8, cheeses $6 to $13, pizzas $11 to $16, pastas rss feed


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