I’m not a fan of raw tomatoes, but if I were, this would definitely be one of the things I’d be munching on all day. Bruschetta is an Italian appetizer or “antipasto” as it called in Italian. It’s incredibly easy to make and requires very few ingredients. Typically it consists of bread, tomatoes, basil, garlic, salt, and pepper. It’s also topped with cheese sometimes and traditionally topped with balsamic vinegar. I believe the bread and tomatoes are supposed to be a vehicle for the balsamic. As much as I’ve tried to like it, I absolutely detest balsamic vinegar. It’s just too strong for my palate. If you enjoy it, feel free to replace the vinegar I have in the recipe or you can even use both as an option. I personally use red wine vinegar because I don’t find it as harsh as balsamic. It provides great flavor but doesn’t take away from the stars which are the bread, tomatoes, and basil.