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“After describing the bustling office of a Soho art magazine so vividly that we can almost hear the typewriters clicking, O'Farrell then shows us what the office has become in the new millennium: a café, quiet in the early morning, where the staff have forgotten to pick up a piece of foccaccia under the table.”
“Our smart waitress, Kristen, noted that all the pastas, foccaccia bread, desserts and gelato are made fresh daily.”
“It's a different menu from that found in the restaurant, but an extensive one, including salads, pastas (even gluten-free options), pizza, paninis, foccaccia, chicken and desserts.”
“I overdid the rare roast beef, and I should never have tried curing my own ham, and my rosemary foccaccia was woefully under-seasoned, even Amy thought so—”
“That, and the proper time to make real foccaccia bread, so I made something more like basic pizza dough and called it “flatbread”.”
“I set out to make a foccaccia bread — or something like that — with ramps.”
“I also love their breakfast mozzarella and tomato and basil panini on bread that is kind of like a very thin foccaccia.”
“ “I'll go put the foccaccia in the oven,” I gurgled, not trusting myself to meet Peter's eyes but not wanting to leave them alone together either.”
“ “I don't understand what you're saying,” I said, wringing my hands and crouching to take the foccaccia out of the oven as the timer shrilled.”
“The foccaccia and aioli were excellent, and the arugula gave it a little bite.”
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Types of bread & breadmaking terms. Mainly I'm looking for plain or savoury breads but I'll accept the sweet-ish ones as long as they are more bread than cake :-)
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