I can watch documentaries all day and all night and not get bored! I absolutely love documentaries! There is something so magnificent about documentaries and the kind of information they can offer you; the trip you get to go on to explore the world; the information you receive within a click of a button; and many many more. This one documentary I came across that explores Italy has left me speechless. The rich history, art, and food of a place I am so fond of leaves me with plenty of smiles. I can go on and on about this documentary but what I absolutely enjoyed about it is the trip I took within that hour into a culture that is purely magnificent, and one that is filled with history and authentic food. I recommend this!
And while I might have sparked your interest to watch, I will go and make Julia’s REAL fried tomato and basil bruschetta! Yes, I am going to fry the bread like she does. So what? No guilt.
Total time to make: 10 minutes
Total cook time: 5 minutes
Lessons Learned: Add Balsamic, if you wish to add an authentic ‘Italian’ taste to your Bruschetta! I did! And, use homemade bread, it’s that much more tasty 🙂