It's also obviously not brain science or rocket surgery! I'm not re-inventing the wheel here...essentially this salad is the exact same concept as a regular sized Greek Salad except with baby, pint-sized, itsy-bitsy, minikin vegetables (I know - tomatoes aren't vegetables, and Pluto isn't a planet, but I'm still going to pretend that they are!). Also, it's hot and hard for me to care about cooking or picking up my camera to take a picture while cooking or using my insanely hot laptop (seriously, why is it so hot!?) to talk about my cooking. I made a really, really, really delicious pasta the other night and The Hubby kept asking why I wasn't taking pictures. Answer - I was too hot and too lazy, and all I cared about was watching Big Brother, and am now way full of regret because I don't remember all of the steps for that pasta to be able to recreate it! Sigh, sigh, sigh!
Back to the salad. In this version, I have traded in full-sized cucumbers, bell peppers, and tomatoes for their ridiculously cute baby versions. The other ingredients aren't tiny...I was considering using shallot or pearl onions in place of the red onion, but chose not to because who knows what that might have been like. The olives I had no teeny substitute for other than capers, and that seemed weird. The feta is also not mini...in fact, the the less mini you get with cheese in any recipe the better/tastier/merrier, amiright?