Figs & Goat Cheese


One of the advantages of living in South Philly are the fig trees. The old timers planted them in their backyards – Italians love their figs! They make cookies, wrap them in prosciutto, put up preserves. I like to cut them in half and pair them with goat cheese and walnuts for breakfast. Sometimes I drizzle them with honey. The advantage of this dish is that it doesn’t involve turning on an oven, I welcome any excuse not to turn on the gas during these miserably hot summers!

(Eat your heart out Bill Bryan!)

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4 Responses to Figs & Goat Cheese

  1. Bill Bryan says:


  2. Nancy Durant says:

    I will be right over for breakfast!

  3. Tina says:

    Bill – Feel free to cut and paste some provolone over the goat cheese!

    Nancy – I’ll make another pot of coffee!

  4. Bill Bryan says:

    Ha! no need I had my figs n prov last weekend.

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