bruschetarati
 n.— «The debate was free and lively, and the meaning of “bruschetta” was a developing theme, with commenters presuming that the term was synonymous with “chattering classes” or “the Wine And Cheese Party,” leading to the splendid coinage “the bruschetarati.”» —“Blogs from the field” by Alan Connor BBC News (U.K.) June 27, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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