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Grilled Crostinis

GrillinFool

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We've done crostinis for the site a few times, and usually link back to the first time I did them for the site back in December of 2008 (less than a month after I started the site - grillinfool.com back then), for people to get the full instructions and only add new versions of the classic in subsequent posts.

Well, see we was drinkin right? That's the line people usually use when they try to explain something they did that was stupid. It wasn't that it was stupid, but booze plus a crappy camera and you get this horrible post that I tried to augment with better pictures from a different crostini cook out.

So over the weekend, we were cooking up some eats on the grill and I decided to redo the crostini post. To start over. Crostinis are just toasted bread. The Grillin Fools toast the bread on the grill, add some garlic, herbs, and cheese and with that you get these (only 1 picture this time, as that's all is needed):



Full, step by step, picture by picture write up is here...

Always a crowd favorite...
 

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Gourmet stuff. Looks highly technical to achieve.
 

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