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Ingredients
 1 cup olive oil
 ¼ cup finally diced garlic
 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar
 ¼ cup of basil
 2 lbs finally diced tomatoes
 Salt and pepper, to taste
 1 large fresh baguette, sliced about ½ inch thick
Directions
1

Slowly heat olive oil and garlic just until sizzling and remove from heat. Place immediately in an ice bath. This will infuse the garlic flavor into the olive oil. Combine remaining ingredients and season to taste with salt and pepper to taste. Lightly toast the baguette slices. Place a spoonful of the mixture on each slice and drizzle lightly with balsamic. Serve on a platter with fresh basil leaves.

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Scott and Laura Beylik

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Ingredients

 1 cup olive oil
 ¼ cup finally diced garlic
 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar
 ¼ cup of basil
 2 lbs finally diced tomatoes
 Salt and pepper, to taste
 1 large fresh baguette, sliced about ½ inch thick

Directions

1

Slowly heat olive oil and garlic just until sizzling and remove from heat. Place immediately in an ice bath. This will infuse the garlic flavor into the olive oil. Combine remaining ingredients and season to taste with salt and pepper to taste. Lightly toast the baguette slices. Place a spoonful of the mixture on each slice and drizzle lightly with balsamic. Serve on a platter with fresh basil leaves.

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