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Fig Preserves with Balsamic Vinegar, Lemon and Rosemary
These preserves have a complex, intoxicating flavor that balances sweet figs and honey with tart lemon and balsamic.
Peach Cornmeal Cobbler
The cornmeal crust and sprinkling of almonds add texture and flavor to this extraordinary peach cobbler.
Rhubarb & Minute Tapioca
In large saucepan, add all ingredients and cook over medium heat until rhubarb breaks down, stirring occasionally. Stir in a few drops of red food…
Fresh Strawberry Cake
Chop strawberries and sprinkle 1/4 cup sugar over. Set aside until sugar dissolves. Stir cake mix and dry jello together. Add milk, oil, and eggs. …
Chocolatey Fruit Tower
Here’s a lot-fat dessert that both kids and adults will love: chocolate, pound cake and fruit.
Fig Turnovers with Goat Cheese Crema and Port Reduction
Simmered figs fill sheets of puff pastry. The turnover is served with a delicious port reduction and a silky cream sauce made of goat cheese and milk.
California Mission Figs with Brie and Fresh Thyme
Your guests will love this appetizer, starring figs and Brie cheese.
Seared Fresh California Black Mission Figs
These delicious figs are sprinkled with sugar and seared in a hot cast iron skillet.
California Mission Fig and Fudge Cookie Sundae
Figs star in the delicious chocolate cookies as well as the caramel sauce in this recipe.
Spiced Port Poached California Figs with Honeyed Cream
Figs are poached in a delicious combination of spices and port wine then served with a creamy honey sauce.
California Fig Layer Bars
Serve these fig bars as a healthy snack or top with ice cream and chocolate syrup for a tasty dessert.
Melt cheese and butter in saucepan over low heat.Do not microwave. When melted together, stir in sugar and flour. Remove from stove. Pour apple pie…
Grilled Green Tomato “Sandwiches” with Herbed Cream Cheese
If you like fried green tomatoes, you’ll love them grilled. There is no breading and very little oil, but plenty of tangy flavor. You can make the sandwiches by spreading the creamy filling between two grilled tomato slices or you can serve a platter of the grilled tomatoes with grilled bread and the Herbed Cream Cheese on the side.