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I use figs from my own tree to make these cookies. The white chips add a touch of sweetness.Michaela Rosenthal, Woodland Hills, California
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I have had a love of figs since I had an amazing appetizer that used a combination of them with blue cheese and prosciutto. Since then, I created this fig jam and have used it as a glaze on our Easter ham, smeared it on a bagel with cream cheese and dolloped on pizza. — Monica Keleher, Methuen, Massachusetts
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Here’s a special appetizer that won’t last long! Fruit, caramel and rich dark chocolate add a sweet touch to this grown-up dipped fruit. —Simple & Delicious Test Kitchen
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Orange, fig and walnuts make a bar that’s uniquely different and delicious. Think you can eat just one? —Judy Dalton, Danville, Virginia
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Even people who say they normally don’t care for figs would enjoy this. The glazed fruit covers a smooth, luxurious filling of honey-sweetened cream cheese accented with lemon.
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The well-balanced blend of flavors in these kabobs make them extra special. Figs give the dish a beautiful fruity quality.Barbara Wheeler, Royal Oak, Michigan
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With fig puree and melted Gorgonzola, these Fig-a-licious Pork Burgers are almost a gourmet meal.Mary Cannataro, Chicago, Illinois
If you haven't had figs before, this is a delicious way to introduce yourself to them. The the flavors from spices and wine blend together to nicely complement the flavor of the figs.Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Olive fans will enjoy the elegance of this easy entree. “I love green olives and figs, so I put them together with chicken for a salty-sweet combination that’s perfect for a special meal.” —Carol Hull, Hermiston, Oregon
Roast pork with fruit is a classic preparation, but this recipe gives it a superb twist when pork loin is paired with tender figs. Family and friends will be thrilled with the wonderful combination.Rian Macdonald, Powder Springs, Georgia
This is a sensational variation on traditional pizza. It is creamy, sweet and a little salty. The buttery crunch of the pine nuts make a wonderful taste accent. I like to serve it with mixed baby greens salad and a vinaigrette.Connie Balbach, Bemidji, Minnesota
These special cookies definitely don’t taste gluten-free. For added appeal, soak the figs overnight in a mixture of port and pomegranate juice. Twinkle30 - Tasteofhome.com community
It's fun to adapt this recipe. We sometimes use toasted slices of baguette and any cheese we like. —Hannah Butler, Rhodesdale, Maryland
A unique combination of figs, ham and marmalade make for these unusually tasty and pretty pinwheel appetizers.
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I've been making rack of lamb for years. My grandma gave me this recipe because she knew how much I love figs. And the toasted walnuts sprinkled on top give it just the right touch. —Sylvia Castanon, Long Beach, California
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