Cracker bruschetta is just what the name says. A no-cook easy to make appetizer/snack with toppings that are refreshing on a summer afternoon and whose flavors blend together in a classic, timeless fashion.
Today, let’s discuss people. People who are “know-it-all”. A know-it-all or know-all is a person who obnoxiously purports an expansive comprehension of a topic and/or situation when in reality, his/her comprehension is inaccurate or limited. Were you just reminded of that friend of your’s?
Well, I have been lucky (read not lucky!!) enough to meet quite a few such specimens in my life. People who have to have the final say on every topic discussed, albeit irrelevant. People who make fun of others’ accents and grammar while they are not anything close to qualified to do so (nobody is qualified enough to make fun of others, but at least get it right before you point fingers?) I have probably been a know-all jerk myself unknowingly in some situations. Everyone has, but, we grow up!
I was thinking of titles for my recipe when I thought of cracker bruschetta and looked it up on the internet to check if it was legit. I came across a post where this lady speaks about an ad from television. The ad is about crackers and the company tried to sell them saying you can make toppings and serve them at a party and they called it, bruschetta. The entire post was a rant about how that is wrong because bruschetta is actually made of bread.
Seriously?? I agree that this recipe is “technically” not a bruschetta but I am calling it cracker bruschetta anyway! Also, have you ever heard of the word “poetic license”. It is when you have the freedom to depart from the facts of a matter or from the conventional rules of language when speaking or writing in order to create an effect.
I used my food blogger license and decided to call them cracker bruschetta! J Alright guys, now that you heard my rant about the rant, time for the infamous cracker bruschetta recipe 😀 A recipe so simple that I was thinking twice before posting it but the flavors played so well together and merged into small bites of joy; I had to share these cracker bruschetta with you.
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