• Julie

    Oh wow, this look amazing. Now I just need to find some fresh figs.

  • OOH I love fresh figs. This sounds fabulous & easy too. Thanks Susan:-)

  • Jacqueline Gum

    Ym! I LOVE figs! Thjis sounds amazing…and easy:)

  • Susan — I had to comment on this post — Drunken Figs!? Love the name. My late husband loved figs. I don’t have them very often but they are delicious and probably even better when they’re drunk!

  • I’ve never had figs. What are they similar to in taste?

  • This is interesting. I have never heard of Figs. Thanks for sharing.

  • Drunken Figs? Now, this is a recipe that I can handle. Thanks Susan!

  • Catarina Alexon

    Your drunken figs sound delicious, Susan. Great name and no doubt something for us fresh fig lovers to try.

  • Jon Jefferson

    A place I used to work had duck breast with risotto and fig jam on the menu for years. It was a staple that would draw complaints if it was changed. I made fig jam so much over my time there I could do it in my sleep.

  • I live in heaven of figs and we have figs trees grown everywhere kids like them a lot as it colors their tongue and birds too like it a lot 🙂 . But my question is, what to use instead of brandy??

    • They are good Anna. Sadly no, the brandy is what preserves them – you could make jam with them. That requires sugar and lemon. I have a recipe for that. ☺️

      • Can’t they be preserved in vinegar etc???
        Can you tell me the recipe for jam?? Any link or name ?
        Thank you

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    My grandmother would love these. She has several fig trees and is always making jam out of them.