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    figs!

    para mi compañero, Carlotto. espero los ricos resultados

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    14 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is really really good! For Goat cheese lovers do try to purchase the goat cheese that is rolled in plump dried cranberries. Do try ir on the grill!

    Recipe #187474

    These are terrific hot or at room temperature.

    Recipe #74219

    From a post on vegpeople.com. Original is vegan, but we like it with feta cheese. Serve over grains or pasta. We love it as pizza- crust, no sauce with a balsamic vinegar reduction dribbled over it. Can you say Yumm?

    Recipe #175428

    It's fig time here in SW France, and I have been busy making up new fig recipes, as well as making jams, pickles, alcohol steeped figs and chutneys with all our harvest! This was thrown together one Sunday afternoon as a starter for a lazy Al Fresco Sunday lunch - and since then I have had requests for it nearly every day! If you are lucky enough to have a fig tree, try and garnish the individual plates with a couple of washed leaves - it really adds a certain panache to the appearance of the salad! I have made this with Chevre - Goat's Cheese as well as Feta, and it was just as delicious. Amounts given are for a starter for 6 people - and assuming that the figs are medium to large in size; please adjust the quantities if necessary. Toasting the walnuts beforehand is well worth the effort, and if you toast more than is needed, any excess can be stored in an airtight container.

    Recipe #250866

    6 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Sweet fig goodness with a warming hint of vanilla. Use to fill cookies, cakes top a slice of toast or a grilled pork or chicken... Check this thread for step x step directions and photos http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=226477

    Recipe #252973

    Another raw food recipe found on the internet!

    Recipe #328032

    Another recipe for my fig-lovin' friends. I haven't tried this, I don't have much experience with figs. Recipe is from the Chicago Sun-Times.

    Recipe #72238

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Uncle Bob's recipe Inspired me to make these. I made his Recipe #97757 and they were so good. I just wanted to kick it up a bit!

    Recipe #188164

    This salad has something for all your taste buds--and the sweet, salt, sour combines to make a great dish. From Whole Foods. Prep time includes 30 minutes to heat up the grill/marinate the figs. Note: If your figs are smaller, adjust grilling time accordingly.

    Recipe #186144

    This is Carrie Brown's recipe--the tapenade she sold in her Sonoma shop and the recipe for which she included in her "Jimtown Store Cookbook." Serve this tapénade with slices of baguette that have been lightly brushed with olive oil and toasted in the oven, or smear a layer of it on a sandwich with goat cheese, juicy-ripe summer tomatoes, and lightly dressed arugula. Originally posted here by Mean Chef.

    Recipe #67455

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Grilling carmelizes the sugars and gives the figs a smoky taste. Use as a garnish, condiment to pork or chicken. Top a salad. A nice way to start or end a meal.This can be pan fried as well.

    Recipe #68915

    A lovely tart using fresh figs, adapted from Epicurean!

    Recipe #188934

    When my two fig trees are in season, I struggle to cope with the amount of fruit they produce..........a rather nice problem I have to admit! We eat figs fresh with nearly every meal; I make jams, conserves and also bottle the fruit in liquor. However, this is one of my favourite ways of using some of my fresh figs, and this chutney is just amazing when served with the cheese board or with cold meats and charcuterie. Ginger has a natural affinity with fresh figs and gives this chutney an extra layer of flavour. This chutney does not keep as long as some other fruit chutneys, but that never seems to be a problem, as we eat most of it quite quickly and I always have numerous requests from family and friends for a pot or two when I make it! This intense chutney really captures the fruit’s rich sweetness perfectly and is capable of turning a simple toasted sandwich into something rather special.......it's great with all types of cheese.

    Recipe #381309

    From Southern Living Magazine, great holiday appetizer, quick and easy

    Recipe #199661


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