last updated on : 08.28.2010
Now it's time to remove the cores and seeds.
When done the pear quarters should look something like this. The thicknesses of the pieces are pretty consistent.
After each pear is quartered and cored drop the pieces into a pot of clean water that has some ReaLemon in it to keep the color fresh.
Now it's time to simmer.
You want to simmer these nice and slow. No boiling. Just hot enough that you can see that the water is bubbling in little frothy bubbles.
As the pear pieces are done to the desired consistency remove them from the simmering pot and put them in a bowl. Soon you will have them all together in that bowl because the quartered pieces should have all been pretty close to the same size.
Add the syrup to the bowls/containers of pear quarters and sprinkle a little cinnamon on top ( optional ).
Wild Pear Quarters
|I sell Red Crabapples in 5 pound lots during the season.
That would be near mid September to October. Click naturespickings or on that link from other pages on my site to check on availability.
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