When I lived in Boston, my favorite neighborhood restaurant/bar had this delicious pizza that had figs, blue cheese, and prosciutto, topped with arugula. I ordered it every time I went and continued to crave it after I moved away. I've tried to recreate it many time over the years with more common or cheaper ingredients and different kinds of pizza dough. I would try it with bacon instead of prosciutto. And when I couldn't find fig jam (turns out it's not with the jams but with the fancy cheeses), I would try apricot jam or just olive oil. I tried it on a variety of pizza doughs. I loaded on the blue cheese as if it was mozzarella (it's definitely not). None of these creations ever added up to the deliciousness that I remembered from that bar. But I've finally found the right combinations (surprise, surprise - nothing beats good prosciutto and real fig jam) and have even created a yummy appetizer out of this inspiration!