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Bruschetta and tapenade are shown at Sarello's restaurant in Moorhead, Minn. Dave Wallis Forum News Service

Bruschetta a mainstay in Italian cuisine

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Few appetizers make us happier than the ever-versatile bruschetta — like giddy-in-the-heart, do-a-little-dance, kind of happy. We love everything about this traditional Italian antipasto, whether we’re eating it or preparing it.

Bruschetta has been a mainstay in Italian cuisine since the times of ancient Rome, and its name derives from a Roman dialect verb bruscare, meaning “to roast over coals,” which refers to the grilled bread, or bruschetta.

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