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Drenched Fig Boats

Submitted by: Gems 
Living In: Bienne, Bern, Switzerland
Figs are stuffed with a bourbon and honey goat cheese, then dipped in nuts before arranging on a platter to serve. These are one of my favorite things to make. They are fun to make, look beautiful for dinner parties especially if arranged with grapes or mint leaves, are also wonderful as bite size snack and are dangerously tasty. 
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Fig Bars II

Submitted by: dakota kelly 
Spicy and nutty bars with a rich fig flavor. These make a heartwarming snack food.  
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Fig Bars I

Submitted by: SAUNDRA 
Bar cookie with a sweet figgy middle layer. 
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Fig Duff

Submitted by: MAEVEN6 
This is a simple steamed pudding or duff. It is best served with a good sweet hard sauce and warm, some prefer room temp or cool. All is good. Great comfort food. 
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Fig Pie

Submitted by: OAR 
This is a rich pie bursting with stewed dried figs and topped with fluffy meringue. The figs need to be soaked overnight, so plan ahead! 
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Bourbon Fig Compote

Submitted by: James Ryan Schubert 
Home Town: Elk Grove, California, USA
Dried Mission figs are simmered in a bourbon sauce creating a decadent compote perfect with crackers and blue cheese. 
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Lady Lock Filling II

Submitted by: Debbie Druga 
This is a very simple cream filling. It can be frozen, and will not weep! I usually double the recipe for 1 batch of lady locks (approximately 120 cookies.) Use a pastry bag to fill cookies. You can freeze the cookies after filling. 
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Faux-reo Filling

Submitted by: Kathy 
A vanilla cream cheese frosting to go between Faux-reo cookies. 
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Lady Lock Filling I

Submitted by: MARSHA55 
Sweet and gooey, a perfect filling to sandwich between cookies. 
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Italian Fig Cookies I

Submitted by: Mary Jo 
This recipe has been handed down through my mother's family for years. My grandmother brought it with her from Italy in the early 1900's. My mom taught me the recipe this year. Now I am the designated person in our family to make the Fig Cookies. This is a very high honor. So they must be as good as my Grandmothers' cookies. Some call them Homemade Fig Newtons. They are a tradition at Christmas and are wonderful with a hot cup of coffee. They are lot of work. I make them in stages. First the dough, then a few days later the figs, and finally I will make the cookies. The dough and the figs keep well in the refrigerator and the cookies freeze very well. 
 
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