Bruschetta: brews-keh-tah from How to Order at an Italian Restaurant Without Sounding Dumb (or Pretentious) Slideshow

How to Order at an Italian Restaurant Without Sounding Dumb (or Pretentious) Slideshow

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Bruschetta: brews-keh-tah

Not "brewshhetta." The "ch" sound in Italian is a hard "k." Also, this is usually served as an appetizer, which will probably be listed in your menu as "Antipasto" (appetizer, singular) or under "Antipasti" (appetizer, plural), or, erroneously, as "Antipasta" (this is not a word).

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