Definition of flatbread
2 or flatbrod play \ˈflat-ˌbrōd\ [flatbread translation of Norwegian flatbrød; flatbrod modification of Norwegian flatbrød, from flat (from Old Norse flatr) + brød bread, from Old Norse brauth] : a thin, dry wafer made of rye flour dough and used especially among Scandinavian peoples
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Garnish with balsamic vinegar, olive oil and flatbread.
Other new menu items include egg white flatbread and a tapas snack box.
A giant slab of meatloaf covered in gravy can’t be contained by a round fried flatbread.
The menu will feature assorted fried foods and flatbreads, among other items, by Dante’s chef de cuisine, Rachael Polhill.
Since getting a brick-and-mortar inside The LAB in 2013, the menu has expanded only to include soups, flatbreads and more veganified takes on Mexican favorites.
Bistro on Board menu will include a protein bowl, a breakfast flatbread, a Thai-style chicken ciabatta sandwich, a tapas box and a kiddie snack box.
Prices: Small plates and flatbreads, $9; entrees, $14-$15 Food: Mediterranean/Greek Noise/TVs: Three TVs in the bar area Service: Our server, while pleasant, seemed to be new at the job.
Popular fare includes the charcuterie and cheese tray, flatbreads, grass fed beef burgers, and the catch of the day, which recently was halibut.
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