from the kitchen: Rosemary Skewered Figs

It's fig season! From now through September, you can enjoy the freshest, most perfect figs that nature has to offer.

At the girl & the fig, we rely on friends and neighbors to help keep us stocked on these beautiful, fresh figs. Large crates arrive at the back door, sometimes daily, of perfectly-ripe figs still warm from the sun. These go into our salads, jam & compote, our signature fig crisp, seasonal fruit and cheese plates, and countless other creations.

If you know someone with fresh figs to share, or if you're lucky enough to have a tree of your own, we've put together a series of simple and delicious fresh fig recipes for you to try.

Rosemary Skewered Figs

from the girl & the fig cookbook - grab your copy here!


  • 12 fresh figs

  • 12 3-inch long rosemary sprigs (another ingredient always in surplus in Sonoma!)

  • 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil

  • salt & pepper​


Preheat oven to 350 F. (This could also be done on the grill!)

1. Skewer each whole fig on a rosemary sprig and drizzle with olive oil.