Focaccia Fever

April 29, 2024

Focaccia is at fever pitch popularity in restaurants but was a staple bread in ancient times. made by the Romans. Focaccia, the name, is derived from panis focacius meaning hearth bread because it was baked near hot coals. Today, it is made in a rectangular shape on baking sheets and when baked, cut into pieces for serving. In this version, smaller size focaccia called focaccina (e) are perfect for serving 2 to 4 people. 

Get my recipe here.

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