• Kozmo1211

    Okay you know me and cheese so I would leave it off completely but this looks amazing…. My family loves figs and this is one we will be sure to make…. Thank you

    • You’re welcome. I understand about the cheese. Not everyone like blue cheese. It’s saltiness with the sweet that I like, but I have tried this recipe without the cheese and it was great.

  • I would definitely make some substitutions if I made this. Blue cheese… nope. Walnuts… nope. Make substitutions and enjoy! Yup.. I am thinking it would be good. 🙂

    • I’ve used pecans with great success. I’ve wanted to use a good goat cheese but haven’t done so yet. Let me know what you do and how it comes out. 🙂

  • Onlyhereonlynow

    Simple always good. Sounds great.

    • I so agree with. Mt mission is to find those simple and yummy recipes. 🙂

  • i would love it just as it is.  wish i had some figs!

    • It’s so elegantly simple and OH so good. Figs are in season so go for it. 🙂

  • Jnjm62

    I have never tried figs……………..so no idea what this would be like…………..

    • Uhh!! You must give them a try. They so decadent and yummy. 🙂

  • A.K.Andrew

    Sounds like a great combination Susan. I love fresh figs wrapped in prosciutto too. Thank you

    • I love fresh figs too, when I can get them. Figs wrapped in prosciutto are really good also. Thanks for reminding me. 🙂

  • Maribel Reyes

    This is perfect for today! I just bought fresh figs at the grocery store yesterday and wondered if there was a way to prepare them 🙂 I love them fresh too.

    • Fresh fig s are such a treat when they’re available. Have fun with this. One of my readers also recommended warping them in prosciutto. That is also are great thing to do with them. Enjoy! 🙂

  • Elegant! Love your photos. Very sophisticated.

    • Hi Leora, Thank you for such a lovely compliment and comment. 🙂

  • Sounds wonderful! I have never tried fresh figs but I’m addicted to fig newtons!

    • Oh, you must give them a try. They are one of my favorite fruits. I also love fig newtons. 🙂

  • Gina

    This sounds delicious. I remember it was actually in Europe when I had my first fig. The food there just seems to be a little extra exquisite. BTW, planning on bloggy boot camp! 🙂

    • It’s really good. I know you would enjoy it. I agree, food in France, even the ordinary and mundane seems more elegant.

      WOO, HOO. Bloggy Boot Camp here we come. :))))

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    My grandmother would love this recipe! She has a few fig trees and just loves them.

    • How awesome. I would love to have a producing fig tree. I would be in heaven. Let me know what she thinks when she tries this. 🙂

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  • Shan Non

    That sounds so amazing! We have to make it next time you are down.

    • They truly are and that sounds like a plan to me. 🙂