Figs are one of the most lush of Biblical fruits. Layers of berry jam notes unfold among the gentle crunch of seeds. The finest pastry chefs’ most innovative desserts don’t stand a chance against a perfectly ripe fig.
It’s no accident that the Scriptures boast of this ancient fruit and Jesus refers to the tree and its fruit at pivotal moments. Listen in on this insightful interview with a Kevin, Herman, a premier fig farmer, as we dive into Session Two of the Taste and See Bible study….
….because there’s so much richness in all things figs.
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Taste and See by Margaret Feinberg
1 4ipe fig, cut in quarters so opens like a flower
1 T Mascarpone cheese
1 T slightly toasted pine nuts
Drizzle amoretto or honey—your choice.
Makes one serving.