Spinach and feta bread/pizza thingy
I may be revealing, if not my age, my perversions--or, at least, my obsessions:
I can remember buying at Star Market, by the deli case, a yummy spinach and feta bedecked flatbread thingy. Maybe "flatbread" is the wrong term; it was kind of like a pita bread in consistency, but without a pocket.
Does anybody remember these, or know where I can get them? Mr. Google has failed me, alas.
I'm not (yet) on Death Row, but my craving is intense enough that I'm ready to choose my last meal.
This may keep you off Death Row!
If it was like what you see in the link, you should be able to find them at most Syrian or Lebanese bakeries.
George's Bakery and Korbani's Bakery both in Methuen make them everyday. or every other day.
Eastern Lamejun in Watertown has a version too if that's closer for you.
I know EXACTLY what you are talking about! I use to love those. Nice and salty from the feta goodness. I thought the consistency (not the shape) was closer to a focaccia or pizza than it was a pita. I haven't seen them around in at least a couple of years. Please do let us know if you find them anywhere.
Cheddar's at Fresh Pond will bake you a spinach-topped pita; it's made to order and takes a while. Not quite the same. I'd forgotten those Near East things, used to have them in the freezer.