Okay... I cheated. While visiting our Italian Market in St Petersburg, they had some great looking fresh pasta: pear & cheese stuffed purses. Normally, I'd make a brown sage butter sauce for something like that but, as I had no sage in the garden and didn't have time to stop in the local supermarket, I opted to check out the pre-made sauces they had. Oddly enough, they a fig-sage sauce that sounded perfect for the dish and good heaven, it was!!! The ingredients were figs (dried), sage, cream and cheese. When I got the sauce home I added some butter and fresh ricotta to stretch it a bit without any damage to the magnificent flavor of this sauce. I've got a rough idea of how to assemble it but if someone out there has a recipe for this, I'd really like to see it. I tried Google but with no strong results. I'm figuring some butter, cream, some figs and sage from the food processor, and some ricotta as the cheese. Anybody have any ideas on how to create this? Am on I the right path??? Thanks..