Figgy Goodness on September 01, 2011 Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps I returned home to find the figs had ripened in all their sweet, luscious, exotic splendour. I picked six dozen and made jam. Now I can hardly wait for winter breakfasts. Mmmnnnn, rich summery figginess on warm buttered toast, mmmnnnnnnn. food Garden Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps Comments Maria6:33 PMYUM!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplydf5:36 AMThat's a gorgeous photo and I am so very jealous of your homemade fig jam. Enjoy!!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyjude10:43 AMdo your fig trees winter over?ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyHeather10:46 AMYes, they are a hardy variety - I don't know which one, though. The tree is probably 15 years old.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyGracie11:38 AMHeather! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog, and for sending such lovely thoughts my way, and for answering my question. I have been exploring around your blog this morning- when the computer isn't overheating, it's very hot here today- and just amazed. You have a mending stall in a market- this is the most wonderful news I've heard in a long, long time. The kind of thing that inspires. I'll be back...ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous3:57 PMHeather, I've been making fig jam, too. This year I actually beat the raccoons and starlings, Despite the cool dry summer I have the best crop ever.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyhomeschooled4:47 AMyum, yum my mouth is watering. Why do figs conjure such exotic places...I suppose it's just because they are out of season hereReplyDeleteRepliesReplySherri ~ daintytime9:25 PMOMG - those are beautifully luscious.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUrban Girl3:34 PMOMG - figs in Canada! Love it!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Please forgive me for using word verification. The spam robots got to me.