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01/01/2010

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I totally make those crostini, except with black mission figs and pepper instead of the thyme! now I miss California, land of random fig trees. clearly, living in the north, I should try this variation.

chestnut honey would be beyond awesome on this.

Eileen: That sounds delicious, if perhaps different enough not quite to qualify as "those" same crostini? I bet the two together would make a really nice thing to serve at a party.

Maryn: You are so, so correct. Argh, hungry!

there's something about ricotta(or any dairy) and honey. The generous amount of thyme really pays off.

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