Figs, Prosciutto and St.-Andre Cheese

Figs were brought to North America by the Spanish missionaries who came to California to build a network of Catholic missions. They found the climate particularly favorable to growing figs, which resulted in the naming of the purple-black variety known as the Black Mission. Other figs can be used for this recipe, including the large, fat, white-fleshed, green-skinned Calimyrna, and the small, thick-skinned, green Kadota. Or consider an assortment of all three.
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Review 1 for Figs, Prosciutto and St.-Andre Cheese
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September 11, 2010
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Awesome crowd pleasure
September 11, 2010
I have made this twice and both times I received rave reviews on both presentation and on taste. Easy to make and you can impress your friends.
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April 30, 2010
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Easy, delicious and elegant appetizer
April 30, 2010
This is an appetizer that creates a "WOW" from your guests. It is easy to prepare and absolutely delicious. The combination of the sweet figs, salty prosciutto and rich cheese creates an exquisite tasting experience. High quality ingredients are a must.