Brushetta with Tomato and Basil

Brushetta with Tomato and Basil

Bruschetta refers to the bread. Just the bread. Whatever goes on top is just extra.
The word bruschetta is Italian, and it s derived from the verb bruscare. That means to char or toast. Bruschetta is a word that the Italians invented to describe stale sliced bread which had been toasted and doused in olive oil, garlic, and salt. The tomato topping commonly associated with bruschetta isn’t a part of its traditional meaning, but in modern times it has. It includes diced tomatoes, garlic, onion, basil, and sometimes mozzarella cheese.

Subway’s Italian Ciabatta

Subway’s Italian Ciabatta

Once in a while you order something from a fast food restaurant, and your really like it. And then they stop offering it. Subway had this Italian Ciabatta and I really loved it. This is my copycat version of Subway’s Italian Ciabatta Sandwich. 

Egg Salad Sandwiches

Egg Salad Sandwiches

Egg salad sandwich is a simple and humble American sandwich dating back to sometime in the 1800s, but not before 1762 because that’s when the sandwich was formally invented. It consists of a combination of peeled hard-boiled eggs, mayonnaise, salt, and pepper between two slices 

Cucumber Sandwiches

Cucumber Sandwiches

The traditional cucumber sandwich is thin slices of cucumber placed between thin slices of crustless lightly buttered white bread. The sandwich originated in the UK, and modern variants introduced cream cheese.

Pizza Sliders

Pizza Sliders

The name Sliders originated in the 1940s, when sailors in the U.S. Navy would refer to mini-burgers as “sliders” because of their extreme greasiness. In just one or two bites, the burger would just slide right down! The slider was first created at White Castle, a popular American fast food chain restaurant. Since then all kind of sliders has been created.