A riff on a classic Italian bruschetta topping, tuna with white beans.
This is the first thing I think of when I bring home a bunch of gorgeously ripe late summer tomatoes.
Since toast for breakfast isn’t exactly a new idea, what have we been waiting for?
Slightly bitter lettuces turn into a sweet topping with a bit of balsamic glaze.
A friend of mine bought me a serious amount of gorgeous breads from a bakery that he adores, feeling the need to share what he said was New York’s very best bread, Bien Cuit. When he asked me if I had tried their bread, and I said no, he reacted somewhat like one would respond if you asked a friend if he had ever drank milk, or ridden a bike, and he admitted that he hadn’t. It was damn fine bread, and when I left his office hugging the bag, all I could think about was crostini and bruschetta. Pronounced …