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Roman Bruschetta

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  • Olive oil, honey and walnuts work together for a quick savory appetizer.

      Olive oil, honey and walnuts work together for a quick savory appetizer.
    Deborah Pankey/dpankey@dailyherald


2 slices Italian bread, such as Turano Pane Toscano

1 tablespoon Italian acacia honey

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1 tablespoon toasted, salted crushed walnuts

2 tablespoons unfiltered extra-virgin olive oil, regular or truffle flavored

Char bread on both sides till crisp with blistered edges and grill marks. Drizzle with honey, crushed walnuts and oil. Cut into two-bite portions and serve immediately.

Serves two to four.

Chef Joseph O'Connor, Mariano's

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