yummm! looks so amazing <3
You grew figs!?Can those be grown anywhere?I love dried figs. Do fresh ones taste any different?
I LOVE figs! We have 3 fig trees inour back yard, hoping to get a bunch of figs this year:-)
I wish I could have my own "food" garden. The yard just doesn't get enough sunlight plus we have sand instead of soil.I'm sure you'll be making lots of wonderful meals. Enjoy!
That is the most charming thing I have ever seen.I want figs to grow in my garden!LOVE IT!
it all looks wonderful!
Home grown is definitely oh so much better than a grocery store! :)
ive never ever tried fig before. and you know whats the sad part? we had a fig tree where i used to live and that was for 11 years of my life :[ i really feel like I missed out.
I would love to have one fig, please :)
ohhh yummers. ps i love your blog.
Thats so funny because Mikey and I tried figs for the first time today! We bought them at the markets, $2 for 2...you can make big monies there heheDo you have the figs by themselves or add something with them?Rose
Nice! i want so badly to plant and garden but sadly it's still Winter here in the US. beautiful produce though:)
Yum... love figs baked with gorgonzola inside. Or nice ripe ones right off the tree!And chilis go in almost every entree I make! :-)Hot!
wow. i have never tried eating figs before. tried the spread though and loved it. can't wait for spring and start planting. i hope i'd be as successful with harvests as last summer. :)By the way, come visit my blog and join my Giveaway @ Thinking Out Loud .
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