Crostini

Tuna is a big favorite on the menu of a new restaurant in Worcester, Massachusetts, reports Barbara Houle for the Worcester Telegram.

The restaurant is Flying Rhino Café and Watering Hole and chefs Paul Barber and Melina Capsalis Barber describe one of their favorite recipes – Sirloin Crostini Tuna.

Crostini means “little toasts” – tin slices of Italian bread, drizzled with olive oil and toasted.  Crostini goes great with tuna, either whole or mixed with a favorite spice and transformed into bread crumbs.

Sigh. Shouldn’t write these posts just before lunch ….

(Photo of crostini, courtesy of Lantmannen Unibake and Wikimedia Commons)

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