Meliora's bruschette is rooted deep in the traditions of Italian farmers. It's toasted, rubbed with garlic, drizzled with first-press olive oil, and seasoned with salt and pepper. Bruschette can begin a meal as an appetizer, is great for a quick late-night snack topped with leftovers, or can be served as part of a main course of a casual dinner.

    The Lombardy region and its principal city of Milan serve as Italy's art and fashion capital. Spanning over varied landscapes from the Swiss Alps to the Po Valley, Lombard cuisine is appreciably different from its counterparts to the south, featuring buttery and meaty dishes more common to Central Europe than the Mediterranean region.

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