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In Season: Pears (Slideshow)

In Season: Pears (Slideshow)

Baked Chicken with Spinach, Pears, and Blue Cheese Recipe

Ginger and Jasmine Tea Poached Pears Recipe

Spinach Salad with Pears, Walnuts, and Goat Cheese Recipe

Roasted Spiced Sweet Potatoes and Pears Recipe

Tangy Grilled Pork Chops with Pears and Blue Cheese Recipe

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Click here to see the Tangy Grilled Pork Chops with Pears and Blue Cheese Recipe

Quinoa with Watercress, Pears, and Pomegranates Recipe

Whole-Wheat German Pancake with Pears Recipe

Pear and Almond Tart Recipe


Know Your Pears And When They’re In Season

Did you know December is National Pear Month? No? Yes? You don’t care? Well, that’s okay, we don’t pay too much attention to fake food holidays either. But we do care about pears, and since the best time to eat them is now, December is a great month to talk about this juicy fruit.

Commercially, the United States harvests 10 types of pears, each with their own nuances and uses. Some are great to just munch on plain, others sing when paired with a soft, ripe cheese or sliced thin and put between bread with cheddar for a lovely grilled sandwich. You can also bake pears with warming spices for a festive dessert and toss some chopped fruit in a salad with pecans to give winter greens a nice, crisp sweetness.

Keep in mind that when shopping for pears you want to tenderly feel around the neck, right by the stem. If it’s slightly pliable, the pear is perfect. Too hard means not ripe, and too squishy means overripe. With that, here are 10 varieties of pears to look for.


Know Your Pears And When They’re In Season

Did you know December is National Pear Month? No? Yes? You don’t care? Well, that’s okay, we don’t pay too much attention to fake food holidays either. But we do care about pears, and since the best time to eat them is now, December is a great month to talk about this juicy fruit.

Commercially, the United States harvests 10 types of pears, each with their own nuances and uses. Some are great to just munch on plain, others sing when paired with a soft, ripe cheese or sliced thin and put between bread with cheddar for a lovely grilled sandwich. You can also bake pears with warming spices for a festive dessert and toss some chopped fruit in a salad with pecans to give winter greens a nice, crisp sweetness.

Keep in mind that when shopping for pears you want to tenderly feel around the neck, right by the stem. If it’s slightly pliable, the pear is perfect. Too hard means not ripe, and too squishy means overripe. With that, here are 10 varieties of pears to look for.


Know Your Pears And When They’re In Season

Did you know December is National Pear Month? No? Yes? You don’t care? Well, that’s okay, we don’t pay too much attention to fake food holidays either. But we do care about pears, and since the best time to eat them is now, December is a great month to talk about this juicy fruit.

Commercially, the United States harvests 10 types of pears, each with their own nuances and uses. Some are great to just munch on plain, others sing when paired with a soft, ripe cheese or sliced thin and put between bread with cheddar for a lovely grilled sandwich. You can also bake pears with warming spices for a festive dessert and toss some chopped fruit in a salad with pecans to give winter greens a nice, crisp sweetness.

Keep in mind that when shopping for pears you want to tenderly feel around the neck, right by the stem. If it’s slightly pliable, the pear is perfect. Too hard means not ripe, and too squishy means overripe. With that, here are 10 varieties of pears to look for.


Know Your Pears And When They’re In Season

Did you know December is National Pear Month? No? Yes? You don’t care? Well, that’s okay, we don’t pay too much attention to fake food holidays either. But we do care about pears, and since the best time to eat them is now, December is a great month to talk about this juicy fruit.

Commercially, the United States harvests 10 types of pears, each with their own nuances and uses. Some are great to just munch on plain, others sing when paired with a soft, ripe cheese or sliced thin and put between bread with cheddar for a lovely grilled sandwich. You can also bake pears with warming spices for a festive dessert and toss some chopped fruit in a salad with pecans to give winter greens a nice, crisp sweetness.

Keep in mind that when shopping for pears you want to tenderly feel around the neck, right by the stem. If it’s slightly pliable, the pear is perfect. Too hard means not ripe, and too squishy means overripe. With that, here are 10 varieties of pears to look for.


Know Your Pears And When They’re In Season

Did you know December is National Pear Month? No? Yes? You don’t care? Well, that’s okay, we don’t pay too much attention to fake food holidays either. But we do care about pears, and since the best time to eat them is now, December is a great month to talk about this juicy fruit.

Commercially, the United States harvests 10 types of pears, each with their own nuances and uses. Some are great to just munch on plain, others sing when paired with a soft, ripe cheese or sliced thin and put between bread with cheddar for a lovely grilled sandwich. You can also bake pears with warming spices for a festive dessert and toss some chopped fruit in a salad with pecans to give winter greens a nice, crisp sweetness.

Keep in mind that when shopping for pears you want to tenderly feel around the neck, right by the stem. If it’s slightly pliable, the pear is perfect. Too hard means not ripe, and too squishy means overripe. With that, here are 10 varieties of pears to look for.


Know Your Pears And When They’re In Season

Did you know December is National Pear Month? No? Yes? You don’t care? Well, that’s okay, we don’t pay too much attention to fake food holidays either. But we do care about pears, and since the best time to eat them is now, December is a great month to talk about this juicy fruit.

Commercially, the United States harvests 10 types of pears, each with their own nuances and uses. Some are great to just munch on plain, others sing when paired with a soft, ripe cheese or sliced thin and put between bread with cheddar for a lovely grilled sandwich. You can also bake pears with warming spices for a festive dessert and toss some chopped fruit in a salad with pecans to give winter greens a nice, crisp sweetness.

Keep in mind that when shopping for pears you want to tenderly feel around the neck, right by the stem. If it’s slightly pliable, the pear is perfect. Too hard means not ripe, and too squishy means overripe. With that, here are 10 varieties of pears to look for.


Know Your Pears And When They’re In Season

Did you know December is National Pear Month? No? Yes? You don’t care? Well, that’s okay, we don’t pay too much attention to fake food holidays either. But we do care about pears, and since the best time to eat them is now, December is a great month to talk about this juicy fruit.

Commercially, the United States harvests 10 types of pears, each with their own nuances and uses. Some are great to just munch on plain, others sing when paired with a soft, ripe cheese or sliced thin and put between bread with cheddar for a lovely grilled sandwich. You can also bake pears with warming spices for a festive dessert and toss some chopped fruit in a salad with pecans to give winter greens a nice, crisp sweetness.

Keep in mind that when shopping for pears you want to tenderly feel around the neck, right by the stem. If it’s slightly pliable, the pear is perfect. Too hard means not ripe, and too squishy means overripe. With that, here are 10 varieties of pears to look for.


Know Your Pears And When They’re In Season

Did you know December is National Pear Month? No? Yes? You don’t care? Well, that’s okay, we don’t pay too much attention to fake food holidays either. But we do care about pears, and since the best time to eat them is now, December is a great month to talk about this juicy fruit.

Commercially, the United States harvests 10 types of pears, each with their own nuances and uses. Some are great to just munch on plain, others sing when paired with a soft, ripe cheese or sliced thin and put between bread with cheddar for a lovely grilled sandwich. You can also bake pears with warming spices for a festive dessert and toss some chopped fruit in a salad with pecans to give winter greens a nice, crisp sweetness.

Keep in mind that when shopping for pears you want to tenderly feel around the neck, right by the stem. If it’s slightly pliable, the pear is perfect. Too hard means not ripe, and too squishy means overripe. With that, here are 10 varieties of pears to look for.


Know Your Pears And When They’re In Season

Did you know December is National Pear Month? No? Yes? You don’t care? Well, that’s okay, we don’t pay too much attention to fake food holidays either. But we do care about pears, and since the best time to eat them is now, December is a great month to talk about this juicy fruit.

Commercially, the United States harvests 10 types of pears, each with their own nuances and uses. Some are great to just munch on plain, others sing when paired with a soft, ripe cheese or sliced thin and put between bread with cheddar for a lovely grilled sandwich. You can also bake pears with warming spices for a festive dessert and toss some chopped fruit in a salad with pecans to give winter greens a nice, crisp sweetness.

Keep in mind that when shopping for pears you want to tenderly feel around the neck, right by the stem. If it’s slightly pliable, the pear is perfect. Too hard means not ripe, and too squishy means overripe. With that, here are 10 varieties of pears to look for.


Know Your Pears And When They’re In Season

Did you know December is National Pear Month? No? Yes? You don’t care? Well, that’s okay, we don’t pay too much attention to fake food holidays either. But we do care about pears, and since the best time to eat them is now, December is a great month to talk about this juicy fruit.

Commercially, the United States harvests 10 types of pears, each with their own nuances and uses. Some are great to just munch on plain, others sing when paired with a soft, ripe cheese or sliced thin and put between bread with cheddar for a lovely grilled sandwich. You can also bake pears with warming spices for a festive dessert and toss some chopped fruit in a salad with pecans to give winter greens a nice, crisp sweetness.

Keep in mind that when shopping for pears you want to tenderly feel around the neck, right by the stem. If it’s slightly pliable, the pear is perfect. Too hard means not ripe, and too squishy means overripe. With that, here are 10 varieties of pears to look for.


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