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  • n. Plural form of focaccia.

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Examples

  • And focaccias and toasties (perhaps for the cooler months).

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Ladies Lounge

  • She'd started her obsession with cookies years ago when they'd first married, and had moved on to other things—experimenting with breads and pizza crusts and focaccias, but eventually she had settled on cakes.

    Curb Appeal

  • Sarah presents her Easter selection of three focaccias - Kalamata Olives, Asiago Cheese and Thyme; Asiago and Romano with a sprinkle of crushed Red Pepper and the favoured Sun-dried Tomato, Romano and Rosemary.

    Weekend Herb Blogging #78 - Recap

  • I mean no disrespect to those calamata olive breads, sun-dried tomato focaccias, and parmesan baguettes-they just ain't my favorite thing.

    The Bread Question

  • Tel Aviv here is civilized, politically cocooned ( "fundamentally, we are a barbaric country, and no amount of ciabattas and focaccias will change that," somebody remarks), and oddly hospitable to the unhurried, incremental passion in which the two chief actors become involved.

    New Fiction

  • Most focaccias aren't any more complicated than that, because the toppings tend to the austere.

    latimes.com - News

  • While most bread doughs are around 60%, focaccias generally run 70% and higher.

    latimes.com - News

  • The New York Cosmos' greatest moments, Ulrika Jonsson v Richard Keys and how to conduct a cup draw and you could be off to munch prawn focaccias at Arsenal v Everton.

    The Guardian World News

  • On the patio menu, cicchetti small snacks are $6; crudo dishes, $11 to $18; lobster roll, $22; BPI burger, $16; focaccias, $14 to $18; sorbets and gelatos, $4; fruit crostatas, $8.

    NYT > Home Page

  • When you first sit down at Savory, it's hard to stay away from the basket of breads, all baked in-house, including adorable baby brioches glazed with cheese, miniature baguettes or fluffy focaccias topped with tapenade.

    The Review: Savory - latimes.com

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