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The Food and Flavors of Haute Provence by Georgeanne Brennan

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  • Figs baked with honey and lavender

    • saladdays on September 09, 2012

      This recipe has long been a favourite of ours and comes into its own in the fig season. It cooks in a low oven and is difficult to overcook so makes an easy dessert that will cook while you are eating the main course. Try to use fresh lavender if you have it in the garden.

  • Fig jam

    • saladdays on August 19, 2018

      This is the first time I have made fig jam, our tree is producing plenty this year. This is a basic no fuss recipe, converted Ibs and cup measurements into 1kg figs to 500g sugar (about 20 figs) and it made 1 Le Parfait 500ml jar with a bit left over! Not much for the effort involved but it is delicious. Now I know why fig jam is expensive to buy!

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  • ISBN 10 0811812359
  • ISBN 13 9780811812351
  • Published Jan 08 1998
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 336
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Chronicle Books
  • Imprint Chronicle Books

Publishers Text

Beard Award! An exquisite cookbook and memoir for all who long for the rustic pleasures of the South of France. Hunt for truffles and wild mushrooms in the forest; pick fresh olives on sunny hillsides; fish for trout in pure mountain streams; learn about the myriad varieties of goat cheese and the pleasures of the Provencal garden filled with ripe vegetables and fruit; then come into the kitchen.

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