The vegetables had to be modified once again because we can't get asparagus here. So originally it should have been asparagus, black olives, rosemary, thyme, bay leaves, garlic and cherry tomatoes. But he used baby carrots and long beans instead of the asparagus. Everything else he left the same. They are roasted in a pan on the stove and they were also really great BUT it would have tasted better if it was asparagus as intended. I look forward to trying this dish again when we move back to the states and can get asparagus.
I don't have a picture of the flatbreads. They were good but he made the mistake of putting them in the oven wrapped up and frozen so as they thawed some of them got soggy. Jamie takes plain ordinary flatbread from the store and makes it wonderful. He puts a little dried oregano, garlic and olive oil and bakes them in the oven until they are (supposed to be) crisp :) The ones that were crisp were quite good.
The kids were quite naughty that night so we didn't have desert but Jamie makes his ice cream float with coffee and serves it with cantucci biscuits which are basically biscotti. We make our floats with root beer when we can get it and other exotic soda when we can not. Root beer floats are G's favorite desert (along with old fashioned strawberry shortcake) so not being able to get root beer for this is a little disappointing. We did however find out that you can sometimes get A&W at the local Asian market ;) It is not made in the USA it is made in an oriental country and so it doesn't taste quite the same (or so we have heard).
This meal is a great combo of flavors and textures and I would leave it as is except for the drink. I also wouldn't normally serve a carbonated drink with a meal and then serve ice cream floats for desert since I make those with carbonated beverages.
G gave this meal a 7, I gave it an 8, and the kids gave it a 10.