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Fig Jam 20

Love the design, love fig jam … it must be breakfast time …  morning tea, or afternoon tea time, somewhere in the world so I just might indulge myself.


The Final Fig Session

Fig season is nearly over in the Lockyer Valley. So now is the time to preserve some figgy deliciousness to last until next season.

Come along to our May Jam Session and learn to preserve figs in two different ways. 112 more words

Jamming News

Cook this: fig & walnut jam

Nonna and Nonno have an enormous garden, full of fruit trees and vegetable plots, all lovingly tended to every day. I grew up surrounded by overgrown zucchinis and their flowers which mum and Nonna would stuff and fry, the sweetest mulberries that I ate by the (very literal) bucketload that I’d pluck from the lower braches of the tree myself, and my favourite,  figs. 307 more words


News Flash - Sweet Basil

I’ve been traveling a lot recently, which leads to many more reviews and many fewer actually created cocktails. For that I apologize, and the good news is I’ll be back home for at least one weekend this month and so should have time to stock up on some new recipes. 309 more words


White chocolate and fig jam bread & butter pudding

Ahh, bread and butter pudding we have such a love hate thing going on. Often people make them too sweet (Dom has the sweet tooth, between the two of us), I don’t like too sweet. 235 more words


Ricotta Toast - With Fig Jam

Figs are amazing.  Concentrated fig-ness in fig jam slathered on ricotta slathered on a hunk of bread?  Try it.  You’ll see.

It’s easy.

Toast your bread. 178 more words


Fig jam

It’s fig season and they’re delicious fresh and in salads and deserts. Our neighbour on one side has two massive trees and we usually get some given to us. 162 more words