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Quinces resemble knobbly, misshapen golden apples with patches of downy fuzz on their skin. Their unremarkable exterior appearance belies the culinary joy this fruit can bestow. Their flavor is unique, difficult to characterize but often described as a cross between an apple, a pineapple and a pear. It has a heady, intense floral fragrance unlike any other fruit. When cooked, quinces become flavorful and tender, with most varieties turning a deep pink or rose color that’s quite beautiful.
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|Roasted Quince and Apple Pie||
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