A picture of these lovely creations will be posted once Cousin Lisa sends the photo. So, we had our Shogry family reunion. It was pretty amazing. Seeing cousins after more than 20 years. My mom was the oldest surviving relative, the matriarch who is quite able, but a little hearing challenged. We had the first part of the reunion at the Pittsfield MA State Forest. We topped it off by visiting my Cousin Donna's house. I brought a big tray of focaccia. You can always count on a Lebanese family having black olives, extra virgin olive oil, sea salt, the works.
Ingredients and directions: A sheet of Spelt Right rosemary focaccia, cut in half and sliced down the middle. Black pitted olives (not from a can!), sliced onions, sliced fresh tomatoes, EVOO, sea salt, feta cheese. Place all the fixins' on top of the focaccia, drizzle with EVOO, sprinkle lightly with salt. Bake at 375 until hot. Slice in pieces. Serve to the throng of cousins. Comments, especially from the Southern Cousins. "Cousin Beth, this is sooooo good. When can we get it down South?" Now, that's a good question y'all. We are working on it!