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Brie, Bacon and Fig Jam Tarts

Brie, Bacon and Fig Jam Tarts

If you have been following my foodie adventures for a while
now, you know I absolutely love appetizers.
 
I take pleasure in a one to two bite delight that is packed with flavor
and is full of various textures.  Even
when we are at home regardless of the day of the week, enjoying appetizers
makes us feel like we are celebrating.

Hubby and I are hooked on a show that airs on the Hallmark Channel called Cedar Cove.  Saturday
night was the 2 hour season premier and we could hardly wait to view it.  We actually don’t call it Cedar Cove but
rather “the feel good show” since overall it is a happy show with some twists
and turns along the way.  We felt the premier
deserved an appetizer dinner along with a great bottle of wine. 

For my July Secret Recipe Club match, I was paired with
Rhonda who published The Kitchen Witch blog.  She goes by the nickname Giggles and is a
blogger, culinarian, photographer and avid motorcycle rider.  She has a blended family with 6 kids and 3
grandchildren and one on the way.  Her
eldest daughter had a blog and inspired Rhonda to start one too.  From browsing her blog, she has a great
palate of various tastes and recipes and great photography skills.  In fact a few months ago, she was paired with
me and chose this recipe to make.
This month is a bit bitter sweet for me.  Almost 4 years to the date, I joined the
Secret Recipe Club and it has been a great adventure.  This month, I have decided to make it my last
month.  With my busy career, being a DOLE
Ambassador, blog commitments and life, my plate is full and unfortunately something
had to give.  I thought long and hard
about my decision.  This group has some
absolutely lovely bloggers and I have enjoyed purusing through their blogs over
the years and making some absolutely stunning recipes.  Thank you to Debbi who has been the Group C
leader the entire time I have been involved – you have been simply great!

Brie, Bacon and Fig Jam Tarts

1 Pkg. Pre-backed Mini Fillo Shells (15)

4 oz. of Brie, rind removed and cut into ¾ inch cubes

6 Slices of bacon, cooked and crumbled

See Also

Micro-Greens (for garnish)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 
Place shells on a cookie sheet and fill each one with one piece of
brie.  Place in oven for 5 to 8 minutes
or until the brie melts.  Remove from
oven and add a small dollop of fig jam and sprinkle with bacon on top then
garnish with a few micro greens or finely diced chives.


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