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What to do with Fig Jam

So you saw all those jars of fig jam. Tough to find room for 27 jars in my pantry. Some are stashed in the guest room for gifts. One is open and in the fridge. We don't eat a lot of toast, so I needed to be creative.

Friday night we had chicken, prosciutto, fontina and fig jam panini! Oh, yes, they were delicious!

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Tuesday, I made a fig jam crostata to take to Wednesday's staff meeting.

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I'm sure I'll think of some more ways to use it!

Comments (2)

Gerardina :

wish i live or work with you. my mouth is watering!

How about this:
http://pastrystudio.blogspot.com/2009/08/blue-cheese-cookies-with-fresh-fig-jam.html
blue cheese fig jam sandwich cookies! Dear lord - I am in heaven!

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