Easy Peezy Bruschetta-eezy

I'm trying out a new recipe tonight on the lobster and my brother's clan. It's the famous roasted chicken recipe from Zuni's Cafe in San Francisco. Lobster, myself, and the soon to be mother-in-law enjoyed a fabulous dinner there not too long ago. If you're ever in San Francisco, you shouldn't miss the opportunity to dine at this restaurant. The restaurant itself is so warm and inviting. We sat in front of the open brick oven and threw back some oysters and french fries while we waited for the famous chicken...it was well worth the wait. The chicken was so flavorful and moist and the bread salad underneath absorbs all the juices from the chicken...it is just uh-may-jing!! Hopefully my trial tonight will be just as num. Anyway, for an appetizer I'm serving herbed goat cheese bruschetta. This has to be the easiest appetizer ever made. But then again, I could live off cheese and bread for the rest of my life...also not to mention my obsession with cereal.

For this recipe I chose to use goat cheese. It's lower in fat then most cheeses however a lot of people do not enjoy the taste b/c it's kind of tangy. But I just luv it. I used Lara Chenel's Chevre, chabis and herbs goat cheese. I imagine this would taste even better if you slice a garlic clove and rub it on the bread when it comes fresh out of the oven. You also MUST season the bruschetta with salt and FRESHLY ground black pepper in the end or else it tastes too bland. I'm a peppering freak so the black pepper really gives it a nice extra kick of heat in the end. Therefore the store bought ground pepper junk in a container will not suffice. Enjoy...nummm!!!

Oooh, I also took my first photo for the blog. You likey? Not too shabby, even with my rinky-dink camera. You can even see the cracks of pepper...I'm so excited!! Hopefully I'll remember to take a picture of the roasted chicken tonight :) Apparently I seem to becoming more of a nerd the more I post to this blog.

Easy Peezy Bruschetta-eezy - 5 to 6 servings

1 Multi-grain baguette
5 oz Herbed goat cheese
5 Roma tomatoes

Cut the bread on a bias into 1/2 inch thick slices
Chop tomatoes into small dice
Toast bread underneath broiler for about a minute on the first side then thirty seconds on other side
Spread herbed garlic bread on bread
Top with tomatoes
Sprinkle with salt and freshly ground black pepper