― Crostini (plural of: 'crostino', from bread crust) are rustic appetizers where toasted bread slices are used as a support for various toppings. In a way, a 'bruschetta' can be considered a kind of crostino, but it's generally not seen that way because of its stronger identity. Crostini may be also served as a snack or to accompany an aperitivo. ∙ Most crostini share the same kind of base: a toasted bread slice, with fresh garlic and extra virgin olive oil. Countless [...].