The one unusual addition I'm adding here is, as you'll have noticed, quince
, cydonia oblonga, is a small, deciduous thornless, irregular shaped tree up to 12ft high.
Families can discover and taste a huge variety of produce, ranging from the little-known quince
and medlar to pears and 12 different varieties of English apple.
Add 3 cups of water, tomato paste, quinces
, lime juice, prunes, and potatoes.
keep well if stored cool, dry and frost-free.
But the Chinese quince
is destined to remain a loner,.
They are delicious stewed and baked - in fact, almost everything you can do with apples you can do with quinces
. They need a similar amount of cooking time and, as with apples, add sugar only after the fruit begins to soften and change colour (quince
flesh turns pink).
have a mythical reputation for stirring up trouble.
are in the market, fragrant, knobbed like breasts.
Turkey is one of the motherlands and native spreading areas of quince
(Ozbek, 1978; Tekintas et al.
unsalted butter 1 cup drained Poached Quinces
(at right) 1.
, in the town's High Street, is being run by an American woman and supplied by a Mid Wales farmer's wife.
have been a feature of Persian cooking for the last two and a half millennia, and they have long been naturalised throughout southern Europe.
can be trained to a single trunk, or can be grown as a bush.