A flat Italian bread traditionally flavored with olive oil and salt and often topped with herbs, onions, or other items.(noun)
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Use "focaccia" in a sentence
"Anonymous the focaccia is a pretty solid choice, great portion, decent price, always satisfying"
"The focaccia is unusual in that it incorporates wine into the dough, nicely complementing the flavor of the grape halves that stud the finished bread."
"Undaunted, I set out to make focaccia from a recipe I had earmarked previously, from Nick Malgeri's book "A Baker's Tour"."