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    Pears

    A collection of recipes to try with all the pears picked every fall.
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    This recipe came from King Arthur Flour, its wonderful, the molasses really add to the rich flavor.

    Recipe #22708

    These are wonderful addition to a cheese course. Serve a few of the dried pears with a few slices of fresh pead and a blue cheese such as a buttery Gorgonzola. This recipe is from the Early Summer 2002 issue of Food and Drink Magazine.

    Recipe #381238

    From another site that I've yet to make yet but am planning on!

    Recipe #60926

    These pears need to be stored for at least three weeks before using, and can keep for up to six months. Note: Cooking time does not include the 12 hours the pickle needs to be set aside.

    Recipe #289239

    Recipe #405467

    This is the only way I like to eat "apple" sauce. I love the combination of ginger and pears. Keeps well in your fridge for up to 2 weeks! (not that you'll have any left!)

    Recipe #452829

    Ready, Set, Cook! Reynolds Wrap contest entry. Love the combination of pears and ginger so this was a natural. Be sure to use the Non-Stick Reynolds Wrap (love this stuff), otherwise the tart will stick to the pan.

    Recipe #486789

    8 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This is a really good recipe-feel free to add another 1/2 tbsp ginger if you like.

    Recipe #9931

    This is a simple crockpot recipe I got from another mom. If your crockpot cooks hot, I recommend a shorter time and checking it periodically. I did mine on high and it started burning around the edges at 2 1/2 hours. All I had to serve with it was powdered sugar and my 5 yo gobbled down 2 pieces, asking for more!

    Recipe #341172

    Absolutely the most delicious, moist cake ever with a decadent topping. Very simple to make, my family just loves this!

    Recipe #98869

    Recipe #196642

    Enjoy this single serving dessert next time you're cooking for one. This can be made in the oven or in the microwave.

    Recipe #88290

    1 Reviews |  By AuLait

    A lowfat recipe that packs a lot of flavor! Goes well with sesame breadsticks and a green salad.

    Recipe #446178

    This classic pear crisp is enlivened by freshly grated ginger. The toasted pecan topping is good enough to stand on it's own. A fragrant dollop of whipped cream infused with cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg is a delicious addition when serving.

    Recipe #98980

    This recipe calls for canned pears, however I am sure it could easily be used to get rid of the surplus of fresh pears you might have this time of year.

    Recipe #137734

    This is SO, SO delicious! And the color! Beautiful and delicious! Very elegant served in a crystal compote. Doesn't need cake, ice cream, whipped cream!: it's delicious on itself! Select pears of uniform size, otherwise some will cook and others will be a bit raw inside. (Source: “Perfect Preserves,” Nora Carey, 1990 edition.)

    Recipe #375137

    Combine these three distinctly flavored fruits for a delicious breakfast jam. Its tart tangy flavor also marries well with roasted poultry, rabbit and pork.

    Recipe #180006

    Wondferul recipe out of my AMC book!

    Recipe #30136

    Although now slightly tweaked, this recipe comes from the Jan 2003 cookbooklet Favorite Brand Name Recipes -- Holiday Desserts. Why it's called a 'galette' is beyond me since in France, I understand that refers to a type of cake, while in French Canada, I think it's more like a large cookie. What this recipe makes, for me, is more like an open, rustic pie! Whatever you call it, it is delicious!

    Recipe #337607

    I made these for New Year's Eve appetizers and they were wonderful. Lovely blend of flavours and textures. Gone in no time at all - best make up a double batch.

    Recipe #82263

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