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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With the help of chefs from Hong Kong and Hunan province, Hales is putting out treats like lamb tongue flatbread, General Tso’s alligator, fried duck head, whole rabbit and jellyfish salad.
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