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Figs - I've got lots this year!!

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  • Figs - I've got lots this year!!

    We've made jam, fig loaf, eaten them fresh and cooked lightly with goat cheese and balsamic vineger.

    Has anyone used them with cheese (goat, feta, etc) on pizza?


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    Re: Figs - I've got lots this year!!

    I haven't used them on pizza, but with gorgonzola (dolce, if you can find it) should be divine...



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      Re: Figs - I've got lots this year!!

      One of my favourite pizzas is a base drizzled with honey and plum sauce, and topped with half walnuts, figs, and blobs of mascarpone, give it a go!
      My oven: http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/21/t...html#post46599
      My blog: Live For Pizza


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        Re: Figs - I've got lots this year!!

        I am with Tim. I haven't used plum sauce but have used both honey and agave nectar, walnuts, gorgonzola and/or mascarpone, and figs. It's hard to go wrong. The blob approach is IMO best except for the honey/agave. Oh...and try tossing the figs with a touch of good balsamic vinegar.