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  • 2 Slices thick sourdough bread

  • 1 raw Garlic Clove

  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil


  • 1.

    Heat a char grill or BBQ to a medium-high heat.

  • 2.

    Grill the bread until golden brown on both sides, rub liberally with the raw garlic and drizzle with extra virgin olive oil.

  • 3.

    Serve straight away with fish and shellfish stew

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Posted by CantaloupeReport
Neil Perry getting back to basics. Well. However, a chef of his calibre should know how to spell foreign dishes, even if they are only simple ones. Harrumph! Bruschetta comes from Italian dialect (Tuscany), from bruscare to toast, burn, and probably from Vulgar Latin "brusicare" to burn.
(I do wonder, whenever I see mis-spellings on menus, how good the restaurant is, if they can't get the details right?)
Posted by CantaloupeReport
OK, so Neil Perry is getting back to basics, however! A chef of his calibre should know how to spell foreign dishes correctly, even simple ones. The word bruschetta comes from the Toscana dialect: bruscare to toast, burn, probably from Vulgar Latin "brusicare".
Posted by ChollaReport
onya cantaloupe, i agree. and i've learnt something!