Bruschetta with quail eggs

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Photographer : PhSicily

 

The bruschetta is a peasant dish spread throughout Italy, born from the need that farmers had to keep the bread. It is today served mostly as a fast appetizer. The etymology of the term goes back to the abrupt Roman adjective, with the meaning of toasted and is prepared with a slice of toasted bread seasoned with oil and salt and rubbed with raw garlic

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