Dessert

Slow Cooked Fig Butter

Slow Cooked Fig Butter

It is funny how a tree such as a fig, can torture it’s owner.  On years where the spring has lots of rain and the rain tables stay level, a fig tree can produce a quart or more of figs a day. This can be […]

Rum Fig Pickles

Rum Fig Pickles

Fig Pickles are not a new thing. People have made a sweet and sour type fig pickle as long as I can remember.  Dilorio’s Farm and Roadside market in Hempstead, Texas use to carry this wonderful desert pickle. Mine has spiced rum cooked into it […]

Texas Peach Buckle

Texas Peach Buckle

We raise peaches in Texas, too. I know Georgia holds the honor as the official “Peach State” but Texans have raised them, and we still do. If you ever get a chance to stand in a peach orchard and pick a ripe peach from a […]