plural noun, singular cro·sti·no [kraw-stee-noh, kro-] /krɔˈsti noʊ, krɒ-/.
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Crostini or country bread in hand, I take to this reunion quite well.For the Love of Pâté
January 5, 2011
Bruschetta, while larger and more filling than crostini, are still pretty much snacks.
Bruschetta and crostini are rustic foods, invented centuries ago as a way to use up stale bread.
As addictive as it is rich and creamy, serve it with crudités and crostini for dipping.What to Eat: Classic Hors d'Oeuvres, Revisited
November 3, 2009