Best figs for Christmas plus delicious cheese recipe
Figs are a traditional part of Christmas food – usually dried in a block, a million miles from the succulent fresh fruit.
Lubera’s Pascale Treichler recommends eating fresh figs like this:
- After picking, wash and dry them.
- Cut into the middle of each fig crossways and place a slice of blue cheese in each cut.
- Place the figs in a dish and bake in the oven until the cheese starts to melt.
Lubera recommends these three figs in the Gustissimo generic viagra online range, all free of shipping costs.
Fig Gustissimo Califfo Blue: Blue variety, good for cooler locations and containers, tasty and sweet. Strong plant in 5-litre container £25.90.
Fig Gustissimo Perretta: Early maturing with a strong, late harvest, very large and tasty. Green to reddish-brown, pear-shaped fruits, with light red flesh. Strong plant in 5-litre container £25.90.
Fig Gustissimo Mere Veronique: A yellow fig for pots, beautiful to look at and deliciously sweet. Strong bush in 14-litre container £43.40.
For more information, visit www.lubera.co.uk.