Last step is assembly – which I think is the most important part. It is hard to do when you are bringing to a friend’s home, but worth your best try. I always use take and bake bread. Cut thin and then baked. I do about 3min/side. After I bake the first side, I take garlic cloves & rub heavily on the toasted side, then flip and put back in oven for another 3. When I pull these out, I flip them on the platter so they are garlic side up. Garlic will make pals fingers sticky, so you don’t want it to be on the bottom of the bread. Create a serving station where friends can grab bread, place bruschetta on top, then finish with fresh basil and asiago. That’s it. I don;t think I missed anything and I *think* it is in comment order based on steps. Thanks all.