Silent Sunday: Quince Season
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Three Quinces

Poached Quince

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7 Comments
  1. Kate

    Look at that beautiful reddish-pink color – makes me want to jump through the screen. Since I’ve already made quince jam and quince jelly, I will now see what I can do with your suggested recipes. Thanks for the ideas because I have a lot of quince (my tree was really good to me this year) and I don’t know what to do with so many of them.

    12:44 pm  Nov 14th, 2010
  2. girl paraphernalia

    I love the name of your site.. so whimsy and fun and very foodie… new reader, just wanted to say as a foodie.. you might be shocked.. but I’ve never had these before….

    3:57 pm  Nov 14th, 2010
  3. Nicole

    I had never tried quince before this year. I really enjoyed it poached!

    4:19 pm  Nov 14th, 2010
  4. HPD

    as always, lovely photos in your weekly SS piece. thanks for sharing and cheers!

    9:27 am  Nov 15th, 2010
  5. Mike

    My grandmother use to make Poached Quince… this brings back some great memories.

    1:10 pm  Nov 15th, 2010
  6. Maria Orr

    Great site, new reader here. On the Quince topic, you may enjoy my little story (and recipe) on http://www.mariasdaisies.com “Quince, Fruit-Leather on Steroids” Can’t wait to read more of your posts! (Thanks again for the post on Pine nuts and bitter taste!)

    12:57 pm  Nov 22nd, 2010
  7. Deca Durabolin

    Love the colours. Pictures do speak louder than words.

    10:03 am  Dec 5th, 2010
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