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hey stranger. again, i don't know what a quince tastes like, but maybe now i'll look out for it.


They have quince at the little produce market near where I live. My MIL cooks it for the High Holy Days for one of the meals. Your way sounds delightful though.

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Hi Maura, I have a quince bush in my backyard. Years ago I made quince jelly which was tart but your cousin John enjoyed it. Do you think I could poach them too? I'm not sure what kind of quince they are but they're a very pretty fruit. The birds enjoy the bush too in fact I often see cardinals in it.


I love quince...especially in jam form and eating it with cheese.

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this part of the world, anyway. So imagine my delight when I entered a supermarket in Hollywood last week and spotted piles of it, seated indian-style with the bananas and apples.

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As it roasts or simmers, quince takes the lazy route, softening and finding honey at a snail's pace- a languid hour or two- darkening to a rosy blush and filling the house with perfume.

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