How do Italians celebrate the olive harvest? By eating, of course! The town of Chianti in Tuscany is no exception to this rule as you'll see in the video below.
As the olives are sent to the mill for processsing, farmers and their families gather to commemorate the ocassion. You'll find abundant quantities of freshly grilled bruschetta, salumi and plenty of fresh-pressed olive oil. It's a night to be remembered!
To enjoy your own harvest celebration, whip up a batch of crusty bruschetta. You'll find a great authentic recipe in this video from Brice Ansel. Enjoy!
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