(Italian) Toasted bread pieces.
(kroh-STEE-nee) - Crostini means "little toasts" in Italian. Technically, the appetizer is named after the toast that makes up its base. They are small slices of bread, usually brushed with olive oil or butter, then toasted. They are then topped with a variety of savory toppings. They are the Italian version of canapés. A long thin loaf ...Found on http://whatscookingamerica.net/Glossary/C.htm
Toasted bread slices which are brushed with olive oil and served with tomatoes, pumate, cheese, chicken liver mousse, bean puree, or tapenade. These are the Italian version of canapes.Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22282
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