Posts Tagged ‘Fresh Figs’

Super Simple Fresh Fig + Pistachio Salad with Pomegranate Dressing

Wednesday, October 16th, 2013


Who says salad can’t be spectacular?

Not I.

I think the best part about a salad is its simplicity. If you have amazingly fresh produce, just let its flavor shine and the work is done for you. (more…)

Mosaic Mondays {3}

Monday, September 9th, 2013

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Happy Monday, lovely readers! I’m pretty excited to share this week’s edition of Mosaic Mondays with you because there is some pretty fabulous stuff going on.

Also, I decided to do my Mosaic Mondays posts a little differently… (more…)

Golden Vanilla-Fig Cake

Monday, September 10th, 2012

The first time I had a fresh fig was in Damascus on mine and Mike’s honeymoon.

Mike and I were served a platter of fruit (it’s the standard fare served after a big meal there…not really dessert, since that comes later.  More like an after-dinner treat).  A few ripe, very tempting figs rested on an ornately designed silver platter.  One fig was cut in half, its deep red, juicy interior exposed; it looked soft and sweet and was practically calling out to be eaten.  One bite and I was sold; that was all it took to ensure I turn into a fig-crazed maniac until I get my fix of figs every fig season. (more…)

Yogurt Mousse with Honey and Fresh Figs

Sunday, August 19th, 2012

Yogurt Mousse with Honey and Fresh Figs

A while ago a friend of mine was sweet enough to send me a copy of a book he thought I’d enjoy, called Mourad: New Morocan by Mourad Lahlou. My friend knows me well because I swooned over this book the instant I opened it. (more…)

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