a large, round, flat Italian bread, sprinkled before baking with olive oil, salt, and often herbs.
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How to use focaccia in a sentence
Sure enough, dinner at Rose’s Luxury commences with light-but-luscious focaccia offered with housemade ricotta and accompanied by the kind of music you wouldn’t mind as background to your life.
Crawford topped the scoops with Topo Chico for a tangy spin on the classic soda float, served alongside vegan focaccia sandwiches from Susan Kim’s pop-up Doshi.
Last week for lunch, I pulled out a chunk of leek focaccia from the freezer that was roughly the size of a day planner.My Side-Loading Toaster Is Better Than a Toaster Oven | Jenna Stoeber | August 25, 2021 | Eater
I’ve served it with oil-packed tuna and pita, spring pea risotto, and Caprese sandwiches on pillowy focaccia.A one-pan salmon dinner with minty peas, orange and fennel | Daniela Galarza | April 1, 2021 | Washington Post
There’s a handful of pizzas and nondairy focaccia options on the menu, a couple salads, and a dessert.Ghost Kitchens Are the Wave of the Future. But Is That a Good Thing? | Kristen Hawley | November 9, 2020 | Eater
Meals begin with a glass of sparkling apple cider from nearby Ørbæk and a cakelike focaccia made with local rapeseed oil.
The person who was reading her essay happened to have focaccia bread baking in the oven at the time of reading the application.F-Bombs and 'Jorts': 9 Craziest College Rejection Reasons | Kristina Dell | April 6, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for focaccia
a flat Italian bread made with olive oil and yeast
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