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SHOT 1/11/11 4:17:29 PM - Focaccia bread at Frasca Food and Wine in Boulder, Co. Frasca is a highly-rated neighborhood restaurant inspired by the cuisine and culture of Friuli, Italy. Historically found throughout Friuli, Frascas were friendly and informal gathering places, a destination for farmers, friends, and families to share a meal and a bottle of wine. Identified by a tree branch hanging over a doorway portal, they were a symbol of local farm cuisine, wine, and warm hospitality. Focaccia is a flat oven-baked Italian bread, which may be topped with herbs or other ingredients. Focaccia is quite popular in Italy and is usually seasoned with olive oil and sometimes herbs, and may be topped with onion, cheese and meat, or flavored with a number of vegetables. However, by far the most typical focaccia is simply baked dough topped with olive oil and a simple herb like rosemary or sage, and salted with coarse salt. (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2011)

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SHOT 1/11/11 4:17:29 PM - Focaccia bread at Frasca Food and Wine in Boulder, Co. Frasca is a highly-rated neighborhood restaurant inspired by the cuisine and culture of Friuli, Italy. Historically found throughout Friuli, Frascas were friendly and informal gathering places, a destination for farmers, friends, and families to share a meal and a bottle of wine. Identified by a tree branch hanging over a doorway portal, they were a symbol of local farm cuisine, wine, and warm hospitality. Focaccia is a flat oven-baked Italian bread, which may be topped with herbs or other ingredients. Focaccia is quite popular in Italy and is usually seasoned with olive oil and sometimes herbs, and may be topped with onion, cheese and meat, or flavored with a number of vegetables. However, by far the most typical focaccia is simply baked dough topped with olive oil and a simple herb like rosemary or sage, and salted with coarse salt. (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2011)