When you mention bruschetta, most people tend to picture grilled bread topped with tomato and basil. While tomato and basil topping is a popular and familiar choice, you need only grill bread rubbed with garlic and drizzled with olive oil and seasoned with salt to be bruschetta. Bruschetta can trace its origins back to AncientContinue reading “Sardine Bruschetta with Roasted Tomato and Red Pepper Sauce”
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Who thought you could make Sardines Fine Dining?
Ahhh…the poor humble Sardine. Sardines are an acquired taste with a strong flavor and smell, and most people’s experience with sardines is limited to tinned sardines from the supermarket. Indeed, tinned sardines, dripping with oil, is my earliest experience, and my mother would sometimes give us mashed sardines on toast for lunch on the weekend.Continue reading “Who thought you could make Sardines Fine Dining?”