Peach season is in full swing! This summer, let’s all make some delicious, juicy meals out of our favorite peach recipes! In my family, we love a simple summer salad–after all, salads are not too heavy on the stomach and tend to contain fresh seasonal ingredients. As a huge fan of peaches, one of my favorite recipes to make during the summer is a peach Caprese salad. Light, juicy, and refreshing, this salad is the perfect side to anything you cook on the grill.
Every summer, once fresh produce such as tomatoes becomes available in the garden and at the farmer’s market, my family starts making Italian-based recipes such as crostini and bruschetta regularly. After all, nothing tastes better than fresh ingredients on deliciously crunchy bread. But, to be honest, I never knew the difference between the two. After all, based on my understanding, both are Italian antipasto dishes that look and taste similar to one another. Recently, as a result of publishing my whipped feta and tomato crostini recipe, I decided to dive in and learn the difference between the two. So, crostini vs bruschetta: what exactly is the difference?