Definition of focaccia
: a flat Italian bread typically seasoned with herbs and olive oil
Recent Examples of focaccia from the Web
The restaurant also sells salads, focaccia, vegan soups and Italian desserts, plus beer and wine.
Cut a 10- to 14-ounce olive oil and herb focaccia loaf (or another flavor) in half horizontally.
This bread is like the Inca focaccia except in smaller portions, and a bit sweeter and crunchier.
That's nothing compared to what De Laurentiis must have felt about her own cooking when DeGeneres and Kidman tried her pizza—or, sorry, focaccia.
CBC at Malibu Beach Inn will have a special menu for $90 per person that includes lobster pot pie; ricotta fritters; and toasted rosemary focaccia.
ORDER THE: sparkling English wine (their bottles from Hampshire are Champagne-level, promise!); the bread basket, which runneth over with focaccia, sourdough and molasses-y soda bread; and salty, creamy oysters from Maldon.
Pizza con la MortazzaAntico Forno Roscioli, by Largo di Torre Argentina, is where to pick up this mortadella and focaccia sandwich.
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Origin and Etymology of focaccia
Italian, from Late Latin focacia (neuter plural), from Latin focus hearth
First Known Use: 1881See Words from the same year
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