Adapted from Lora Brody: Pizza, Focaccia, Flat and Filled Breads From Your Bread Machine. Lora Brody says: This focaccia makes wonderful sandwiches. My favorite is smoked turkey, Stilton cheese, watercress, and scallions. Don't forget the beer - this one will make you thirsty. Leftover focaccia is perfect for making croutons. Cut the bread into 1" cubes and saute in garlic oil until brown and crisp. Drain on paper towels.
Light Chocolate is less rich then Ben's. It's supposed to be a good background for other flavors. I made it for my daughter who loves chocolate but not in preparations that are too rich (what do you want, she's seven?).
Adapted from Cucina Ebraica, Flavors of the Italian Jewish Kitchen, by Joice Goldstein. Although this spread resembles the traditional Jewish American chopped chicken liver found in delis, it includes the very Italian addition of wine. The recipe has been adapted from a description in Giuseppe Maffioli's La Cucina Padovana, and is probably Ashkenazic in origin. To keep this kosher, flame-singe the livers before sautéing and cook them until there is no trace of pink remaining.