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This South American fruit actually tastes like a cross between a cucumber and a nashi pear. Use the skins to present the salsa!
Pepino melon, Courgette, Lemon, Salt, Taco seasoning
If you love limoncello then you may want to give Orangecello a try! In this short video I share how to modify the Limoncello that I made in episode 91 of POV Italian Cooking to make Orangecello.
 
There is nothing like the flavor of a hearty, slightly sweet quick bread infused with the magical flavor of figs.
 
A cool and refreshing end to a rich meal.
Apple & elderflower juice, Sugar, Lemon juice, Salt, Apple, Grenadine
A lovely breakfast or brunch option, try it with crispy streaky bacon!
Pepino melon, Icing sugar, Honey
If you want a truly decadent bread then make the Chocolate, Fig Banana Bread in this video. Every slice of this quick bread delivers a mix of flavors that partner together for a slice of heaven.
 
Adding the sushi vinegar makes this dish a bit milder and less sharp.
Chinese leaves bunch, Apple (red skinned), Sesame oil, Garlic, Sushi vinegar, Pepper (optional)
Mizue
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You get a lovely hint of the fig because you can taste the seeds!
Unsalted butter, Salt, Plain flour, Rice flour, Baking powder, Dried figs
monaka
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There was a time when I adored the blueberry cheesecake from Starbucks, so I tried to make it for myself. Fortunately, it worked!
McVities digestives original, Melted butter, Philadelphia cream cheese, Double cream, Eggs (medium), Granulated sugar, Plain flour, Vanilla pod, Blueberries
Tobuchan
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Use fruits that contain a lot of enzymes to break down and soften the meat. Use balsamic vinegar to make a wonderful sauce to go with the pork.
Kiwi fruit, Meat , Vegetables, Balsamic vinegar (from Modena), Soy sauce, white wine (or sake), Dashi granules, tomato puree