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Figs with Stilton & Aged Balsamic

Figs with Stilton & Aged Balsamic

Fig season is nearing its end and a friend just dropped off a bag of beautiful fresh figs. Figs with Stilton & Aged Balsamic for an appetizer, seasonal eating is always a little jewel. Sharing an in the moment post/recipe.

FIG SEASON

Fig season really has two seasons. The ”breba” season is the in June, followed by a second or “new wood” season typically runs from August through October. This season features the Black Mission fig followed by the Brown Turkey fig and the Green Kadota fig respectively. I usually pickup fresh organic figs whenever I can, and here along the central coast in agriculture country, the farmers markets are bursting this time of year. But what could be better than fresh fruit from a friends garden, still warm from the fading summer sun?

 Figs with Stilton & Aged Balsamic

SIMPLE ENTERTAINING

In the moment with fresh produce is key to the integrity of the flavor. Instead of putting the figs in the refrigerator, I forged in the refrigerator, found a block of Blue Stilton cheese, some pistachios and grabbed my favorite aged balsamic vinegar.

 Figs with Stilton & Aged Balsamic

 Figs with Stilton & Aged Balsamic

Always true to the blog’s mission of simply beautiful food, Figs with Stilton & Aged Balsamic was ready to serve in minutes, a wonderful in the moment recipe for guests.

 Figs with Stilton & Aged Balsamic

Figs with Stilton & Aged Balsamic, simply beautiful recipes for the home cook from the Bijouxs Kitchen.

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