Isola Bruschetta, Garlic

Say Bruschetta and Italians think garlic bread. Actually, the word Bruschetta originates from the Italian word brusco which means ornery, offhanded or rude. Yes, it's true that basic Bruschetta, especially in Italy, is sliced, toasted Italian bread rubbed with garlic and topped with extra virgin olive oil, and that's a good thing. But then, Oh! Bruschetta came to America and got all decked out. Here, it gets piled high with tomatoes, basil, garlic, cheese and an infinite variety of other toppings. Your imagination is the only limit to what you can do with Isola's traditional Bruschetta; baked twice, dipped in olive oil and seasoned for your individual tastes! Isola's traditional handmade goodness is baked into every bite. The Italians introduced use to Bruschetta, but it took the strength of Isola to give it manners! Thank you, enjoy! Product of Italy.