A focaccia is a flatbread which is like a pizza but thicker and with less of a topping. In a focaccia the emphasis is on the bread, with the topping just an accent to flavor the bread, vs. the focal point of the dish. This version was made with a half recipe from Pizza for Many or for One . It was rolled out to the size of a dinner plate, meaning that it was twice as thick as I would have made a pizza. The topping was a few slices of pepperoni chopped into little pieces, and a modest amount of Parmesan and mozzarella cheese. A wide variety of toppings could be used, as long as they do not overwhelm the bread. This was baked for 12 minutes on a pizza steel in a 475 degree oven.