This spread, which uses just three ingrediets, contains much less sugar than a traditional jam but still packs lots of flavor.Recipe courtesy of Imperial Sugar.
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Fig Brandy and Brandied Figs
When fresh figs are ripe and rich with honeyed flavor, spend just a few minutes in the kitchen to prepare for the holiday season ahead. Use inexpensive brandy. After a month, the liquid transforms to a syrupy, sweet sip, sensational with a cookie or a bit of cheese. There's a bonus, too. The figs will be infused with the citrusy, herbal brandy, ready to slice thin and serve over ice cream or match slim wedges with creamy blue cheese.—Cathy BarrowThis recipe is from columnist and cookbook author Cathy Barrow, and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Bourbon
Dark liquor like bourbon comes to life with the addition of orange and lemon. Fig jam brings it all together for a rich and luscious cocktail that will complement all the flavors of the table.This recipe is courtesy of Wild Turkey Bourbon.
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Mortadella and Fig Sandwich with Asiago
Inspired by the mortadella and fig focaccianini made by Jeff Mauro, this simple take on the tasty ingredients can be made in 10 minutes. Packed with flavor, it’s just like the lunch sandwiches mom used to make you — except all grown up. Make a picnic in the park an event with this classy eat. Click here to see 8 Fantastic Fig Recipes.
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As soon as I saw their robust, plump, and purple bodies at the farmer's market stand, I knew I had to take them home. I'm not much of a baker, but when it comes to figs, there's little else I'd rather do with them then create something sweet. I took a fairly easy route, which I think you'll agree with, and the results were phenomenal.  Click here to see 8 Fantastic Fig Recipes.
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Grilled Figs and Spinach Salad
Summer is the perfect time to enjoy plump and juicy fresh figs. Grilling them brings out their natural sweetness, a great complement to fresh spinach and crumbled feta cheese. Click here to see In Season: Figs.
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Fig Sidecar
Old-school cocktails like the sidecar have risen in popularity lately. The Fig Sidecar at the Beverly Hills Hotel is one of the place’s most popular drinks. Made with fig-infused Remy Martin 1738 cognac and spiced brown sugar, it’s a warm and toasty cocktail that is fitting for the flavors of Thanksgiving. This version cuts the cognac by half and adds more flavor-enhancing fresh lemon juice. Infuse your cognac by de-stemming and halving black mission figs and letting them steep in cognac with brown sugar syrup for up to a week.
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Roasted Figs with Blue Cheese
When you're fortunate enough to be working with some truly great ingredients at their peak, sometimes the best approach is not to mess around with them too much. Such is the case with ripe, sweet, nutty figs when they're in season. Note that this recipe only has three ingredients: olive oil, figs, and blue cheese. See all blue cheese recipes. Click here to see 8 Fantastic Fig Recipes.
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A classic French dish inspired by the film Haute Cuisine, this foie gras dish is elegant and refined. 
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Fig and Goat Cheese Sandwich
Fresh figs are a delicious warm weather treat but they’re highly perishable so don’t buy them more than a day or two in advance (and be sure to store them in your refrigerator). When you’re ready to use your figs, try them sliced and served on bread with goat cheese, honey, black pepper, and greens for a simple and delicious summer sandwich.
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Bourbon and Fig Cocktail
Nothing like the sound of crunching leaves and pumpkin-flavored everything to ring in autumn. But, with a new season comes a new drink. Fig and bourbon is the perfect combination, and the perfect color scheme for sipping and admiring fall foliage.See all cocktail recipes.Click here to see 8 Fantastic Fig Recipes.
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Baked Brie with Fig Jam
This is a simple and appetizing dish that will make you look like a super star. Stuff a wheel of brie with fig and throw it in the oven for 10 minutes. Top with cinnamon and serve with crackers for a light appetizer before the big meal comes out. This recipe goes perfectly with SIMI Sonoma County Sauvignon Blanc.
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