The mighty sandwich and all its glorious but redundant fillers. This sandwich is not only gourmet (so its awesome when you are trying to impress) but super easy and very different then your common ham and cheese! If you do intend on making this as a host(ess) it pairs lovely with a Reisling or Pinot Grigio. If individual focaccia buns cannot be found in your local grocery purchase the loaf of focaccia or semolina and toast both sides of the slices on the stove top to provide the crunch without making the bread hard. Also, I know that sun dried tomatoes in oil can be expensive (at least here in America) but I often find that purchasing the sun dried tomatoes themselves are cheaper so I generally with purchase a package (4 to 6 oz) place them in a mason jar and fill it up with good quality olive oil. Quality of olive oil is not based on price and find myself enjoying a 32oz bottle that cost $8 and comes with an attachable spout from Trader Joe's.