American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A flat Italian bread traditionally flavored with olive oil and salt and often topped with herbs, onions, or other items.
- Diminutive form of Italian fuoco ("fire"), Latin focus ("fireplace"). (Wiktionary)
- Italian, hearth-cake, from Vulgar Latin *focācea, from variant of Late Latin focācia, of the hearth, feminine of focācius, from Latin focus, hearth. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Anonymous the focaccia is a pretty solid choice, great portion, decent price, always satisfying”
“Undaunted, I set out to make focaccia from a recipe I had earmarked previously, from Nick Malgeri's book "A Baker's Tour".”
“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.”
“Caramelized Onion Focaccia our focaccia is made with potatoes in the”
“My local pizza place when I was a kid served something they called focaccia pizza, and it looked a lot like this, only with a much thicker crust.”
“In fact, the word focaccia in Italian does indicate both a savory flat bread and a sweet leavened cake.”
“Many dictionaries of Neapolitan dialect from the late eighteenth century onward tell us that pizza, at its simplest, was merely a generic word for all kinds of pies, and for what would be called focaccia or schiacciata elsewhere in Italy, that is, a flat piece of dough dappled with fat or oil and cooked quickly in a hot oven.”
“The focaccia was a success as yours was and has persuaded me to do it again, looks yummy on the plate with the olive oil x”
“I've experienced only American iterations usually just called focaccia, though they're much sweeter, made either with our native wine grape, the Concord, or with sweet seedless red grapes.”
“On one visit the focaccia was a winner, topped with tomatoes and onions;”
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