Whether baked in a pie, or blended into a refreshing drink; pears, apples, and cherries provide a wealth of delicious foods for you to enjoy anytime of the year.
This sweet, refreshing drink is sure to please!
A really delicious and easy way to preserve your pear harvest for up to 30 days or longer if frozen. And they're beautiful to look at too.
From recipe creator Brook Hurst Stephens of Learn to Preserve, "Pears have a unique, delicate taste and firm texture that make them not only the perfect fruit for canning, but also a wonderful canvas for a variety of flavors.
Tami Hardeman, blogger (Running with Tweezers) and creator of these delightful desserts, says of her recipe, "I have to be honest – it’s really all about the compote filling that gets folded up into these little pockets. It’s chock full of the Indian-inspired spices that I crave with baked fruit: ginger, cardamom, cinnamon.
This salad pairs sweet and juicy pears with peppery watercress and pungent cheese in a perfect blend to welcome spring to your dinner table.
Grill up these fun and tasty Asian skewers with ingredients that artfully mix sweet and savory. Serve them as an appetizer or as an innovative side to your main course grillables!
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This is a recipe from Mexico.
The apple pancake is something different than a stack of chunky apple buttermilk pancakes, instead, it involves apples, a family story, a cast iron skillet, and the magic of a hot oven — all before breakfast.
These scrumptious homemade muffins are a great way to start the morning.
No need to core the apples since boiling in juice for several minutes softens the core and removes the seeds.
An easy-to-prepare, nutritious snack made with apples, peanut butter, and honey sandwiched between graham crackers.