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Fresh Fig Mascarpone Tart in Cornmeal Crust

Continuing my tart obsession with a quintessential ode to fall: a fresh fig mascarpone tart in a cornmeal crust specked with fresh rosemary. It’s hard to “do” anything to figs when it’s peak fig season; they’re so perfec...
by Dessert First on Sep 20, 2016

Recipe: Fig & Strawberry Jam

One of the great things about fruit and veg ‘glut’ seasons is that even if you don’t have a garden or allotment of your own, you can often take advantage of the abundant crops via the overflowing bargain aisles at your local superma...
by The Veg Space on Jul 11, 2016

Amelia Moss Natural Skincare

I’m a huge fan of natural skincare, I just hate t […]...
by Beauty Best Friend on May 28, 2016

Food and Drink Crawl through Charleston, South Carolina

About a month ago, Jason and I took a quick trip to Charleston, South Carolina.  I had been hearing from lots of people about Charleston being the “up and coming foodie destination,” so I had to see what all the fuss is about.  Picture...
by Baconboozer on Mar 12, 2016

"LES CASCADES" de ROCHAS, Songe d'Iris - WHERE THE IRIS, MEETS THE CHOCOLATE

Recipe: Figgy Christmas Chutney

I know, I know!! So sorry to use that C-word in October, but I have two very good reasons to do so…. read on! Firstly, this Figgy Christmas Chutney is designed to be given as a Christmas present, and therefore needs to be ready to eat in 9 wee...
by The Veg Space on Oct 23, 2015

Recipe for Fig- Quince- Ginger Jam (Vegan Gluten-free)

Yes, Fig-Quince-Ginger Jam sounds pretty darned exotic from the blog of a granny living on the currently rainy Vancouver Island off the West Coast of Canada.   Especially exotic when you realize that I didn't even know that I was growing a...
by Organic Gran on Sep 23, 2015

Quick fig, ham and cheese pie

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by My Little Italian Kitchen on Sep 10, 2015

Cheese Sandwich Week – Day 3: Une Petite Baguette

This is a sponsored post It’s Day 3 of Cheese Sandwich Week and the #BetterWithLeerdammer challenge, and as I’m posting this from France, (the beautiful Loire Valley), today’s cheese sandwich recipe just had to be a ‘petite ba...
by The Veg Space on Aug 26, 2015

Planning for a lazy weekend….

For the first time in a long while I am about to have a lazy, me-an-baby-daughter weekend! No work, no guests, no trips planned…and the weather promises to be pleasant enough..perfect! We can get outa bed after 10, make pancakes, lounge about sofa...
by Greedy Foodster on Aug 24, 2015

Tara’s Fig and Ginger Cluster Granola

I have shared many granola recipes here on the blog over the years, but it’s been quite a while since I made a new batch. I’ve even caved and bought... ©2013 Healthy Green Kitchen The post Tara’s Fig and Ginger Cluster Granola appe...
by Healthy Green Kitchen on Jul 9, 2015

Raw cacao & fig bliss balls

There seem to be thousands of bliss ball recipes on the internet and I have made many different versions of them. This is just one of my favourite combinations but you can really use any dried fruit, nuts and seeds that you have on hand. And they see...
by The Culinary Library on Jun 19, 2015

Fig Tree New Shoot

Fig tree is one of the trees that sprout new shoots very early. Their shoots are considered as a first sign of spring. They start new shoots in the end of January, when the weather is still very cold.Fig Tree New Shoot...
by Amateur Nature Photography on Mar 30, 2015

Tostitos Scoops with Goat Cheese and Bacon Fig Marmalade

Looking for a yummy but easy appetizer idea for New Year’s Eve? Check this one out! Use Tostitos scoops as the base and then add some goat cheese and homemade bacon fig marmalade. You can eat as is or place under the broiler for about 30 second...
by Creative Cynchronicity on Dec 29, 2014

Gift Guide: £5 and under gift ideas

Don’t forget to check out my other gift guides! - £15 and under - £25 and under - £25 and over Make Up Revolution Amazing...
by Alice in Beautyland on Dec 13, 2014

Raspberry Fig & Pistachio Cake

There are some days when I really crave something sweet. Making a cake is not always the answer as it offers so much temptation and it is all too easy to eat more than just one slice. But then you see a cake like THIS ONE by David Tanis and you know...
by how to cook good fpod on Sep 25, 2014

Diptyque Figuier & Philosykos Collection

Received a package from Diptyque last week and when I opened it! Wow... surprise! surprise! inside there is Figuier Scented Oval and also a jar of Dried Fig Jam. Thanks for the thoughtful gifts. Well, there are many more exciting products in Diptyq...
by Sunshine Kelly on Sep 13, 2014

Fig & Honey Ice Cream

Because I am still finding it hard to adjust to being back at home after my summer holiday, I thought it would be good to try and re-create one of the ice creams I particularly enjoyed this year in France. Each night after dinner we would all stroll...
by how to cook good fpod on Sep 5, 2014

Roger & Gallet – Huile Gourmande

I wasn’t really sure what to expect when I was as […]...
by Beauty Best Friend on Aug 15, 2014

Planning for a lazy weekend

For the first time in a long while I am about to have a lazy, me-an-baby-daughter weekend! No work, no guests, no trips planned…and the weather promises to be pleasant enough..perfect! We can get outa bed after 10, make pancakes, lounge about s...
by Greedy Foodster on May 2, 2014


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