I was in Oslo all day yesterday on a meeting. The meeting was shorter than expected, which gave me some great time to walk around in Oslo enjoying spring (will post about this in The House in the Woods tomorrow). I had an early lunch before the meeting, but then ate almost nothing before I came home. Terje had a dinner at work, so the girls made some hotdogs for their dinner. I was not tempted to eat hotdog leftovers when I finally came home, starving, so instead I searched the fridge, found a couple of tomatoes and ended up with a bruschetta.
Bruschetta must be one of the simplest thing to make, still it is so tasty. Braise a couple of pieces of old bread in virgin olive oil. Chop a couple of tomatoes, mix in a little olive oil, chopped leaves of basil and the tiniest amount of seasalt. Spread the cold tomato mixture on the warm bread and start your meal.