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  1. Feast on the Cheap says

    What a pretty cake! I am definitely making this, I'm a total fig-aphile

  2. Allie says

    I love crunching on the seeds in figs, so fun and tasty. Fig cake sounds so unique and tasty! The only figs I ever get here are dried. But I'm thinking they would definitely get moist and delish in this cake!!

  3. Bonnie Banters says

    'Figs" drew me into this post. I loved the info on how the fig is built up to be so royal. (I wasn't aware they were indigenous to Texas. Apparently Texas does own everything...including figs!) Reminds me of how some pretentious restaurants make me laugh. Don't get me wrong, I love to dine, really dine and appreciate truly good food well presented in a nice atmosphere. But when a waiter does an unbelievable sales pitch on an item on the menu and when served, you find yourself staring at it, like "this is what he was describing?", you literally feel like you just ate his words.

    This cake sounds utterly satisfying and delicious! Thanks!

  4. megan @ whatmegansmaking says

    I'm not sure how I feel about figs, but that frosting sounds amazing!!

  5. Christine (The Raw Project) says

    This sounds amazing, I adore figs!

  6. Sylvie @ Gourmande in the Kitchen says

    Honey and figs are the perfect pairing. I'm always so jealous of those people that have fig trees in their backyards, I would love my own fig tree!

  7. Erica Lea says

    Thank you for your super-sweet comment on my blog, Christina! This cake looks scrumptious - yay for cream cheese frosting!

  8. Stephie @ Eat Your Heart Out says

    I don't know how I have missed out on this recipe before. I LOVE figs. Boyfriend isn't so sure. I'm ok with that, because then if I made this cake, I could eat the whole thing by myself... =)

  9. Marie says

    Amazing recipe is a little different than the one we usually make at home but really delicious result. I shared it with all my friends, thanks for the recipe!

  10. Joni says

    Hi! This cake sounds amazing!!
    how can I substitute fresh figs for the dried though?! It’s fresh fig season here in Southeast Louisiana and I have the figs ready!!
    Thanks!, Joni

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