Although a poor peasant dish of Italian cuisine, the bruschetta is still a delicacy for those who wish only the pleasure of good food and good food. Prepared with slices of toasted bread on which is usually rubbed a clove of garlic, bruschetta can have many variations of ingredients that can change according to personal taste as well as the production site. Typically seasoned with tomatoes cut into pieces, olive oil and oregano, bruschetta are a real delicacy to satisfy the needs die most demanding and refined. Among the various types, for example, do not miss the Tuscan region where the bruschetta is called fettunta (or, in other places, panunto) on slices of toast, having rubbed a clove of garlic, the preparation is using extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper, a simple preparation to the point that you think this is born poor food as a snack for the workers of the fields in which they were prepared with toasted homemade bread, even stale, and flavored with meat and sausage. Artichokes, the 'Nduja, olive paté, bacon with mushrooms, anchovies and any other suitable ingredient, the bruschetta is a dish unique and irresistible for those who love the good taste to love ourselves at the table .