I've made focaccia bread many times and always thought it turned out pretty well. However, my husband wants a softer, moister one like the focaccia they have at Biaggi's restaurant ( a chain, but so excellent!). Theirs has bits of caramelized onions in the dough and is just ever so slightly browned on top and bottom. It seems slightly sweeter than my standard recipe, which I can fix with additional sugar, and does not have the usual sea salt and rosemary on top either. Does anyone have a recipe for a focaccia that sounds similar to the one I am describing? The recipes I normally use are from Nick Malgierri's How to Bake or WS Bread and I believe them to be quite traditional Italian recipes.