This is our first bruschetta.
In Italy, by definition, a bruschetta is a flame toasted thick slice of bread dressed with any kind of sauce, topped with Extra Virgin Olive Oil, some Salt and some Pepper.
The most common bruschetta is usually (and here another token!), the one with an uncooked tomato sauce. Toast the bread, rub well a clove of garlic on one side of each slice, and dress with finely chopped tomatoes that you marinated for a couple of hours in Extra Virgin Olive Oil, finely chopped garlic, salt and pepper.