As figs ripen, simple recipes come to full fruit in anticipation

The fig tree in my backyard is close to producing its first real crop since I planted it four years ago. I've been watching its progress anxiously. Every morning before I go to work, I walk by and give one fig a gentle squeeze to see if it's ready yet. The anticipation is nearly killing me.

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Wine review: Alexander Jules Manzanilla '17/71' Sherry
Wine review: Alexander Jules Manzanilla '17/71' Sherry

This could be the sherry to turn even the most dubious wine drinker into a sherry fancier. Alexander Jules proprietor Alex Russan fell in love with sherry in his college days when that was about all he could afford. It quickly turned into an obsession — and just recently into a business...

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