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Dave

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Enjoy..................

http://www.hellawella.com/10-ways-prepare-figs-your-next-holiday-party

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Very nice Dave, very nice. Really some interesting combinations, I am putting this in a folder to save.
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Making me hungry I like the fig tarts in shape of figs cool!
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figs growing LSU PURPLE, BROWN TURKEY, MAGNOLIA, BLACK MISSION, PETERS HONEY WISH LIST any variety that grow well in  zone 8b
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Now when i,seen the,fig stuffed with ricotta cheese. I would add splash of,spegeti sause. Thanks for,sharing. Fig aren't just for a treat. Make dinner
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WINRERS ARE VERY MILD LOW 20'S BUT WARMS RIGHT UP DURING THE DAY. SUMMER IS EXTREMELY HOT & HUMID 100 degrees 100% humidity fig tree grow like crazy but some split from rain & humidity
Wish list. Col de dame blanc
Col de rimada
Lsu numbered figs
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I downloaded all of them.
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Enjoy them Dale 
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Thanks Dave! Very nice collection ! My problem, can never hold on to enough figs,long enough to cook! They just seam to evaporate around here as soon as they get picked;)!
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Those recipes look great. I can confirm that figs as a pizza topping are delicious. We did a Hawaiian pizza, but instead of ham and pineapple we did ham and fig.

We cooked the pizza and ham topping first, then we pulled out the pizza and added the fig wedges. I cooked the pizza for an additional 2 minutes and it turned out great.

It is a family favorite.
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