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There are vineyards and orchards -- apples and quinces and pears and plums.
The sweetness of the membrillo (Spanish quince paste, most often served with cheese) married with vinegar and brown sugar makes a truly unique glaze for the ribs, all while hitting the familiar sweet/tangy notes of a traditional barbecue sauce.
Congratulations on your utterly bewitching quince celebration, Tania!
Mine, infused with quince and fennel, was bright, clean and mildly vegetal.
Not without controversy but without the old political stigma, the diaspora and its descendants are traveling to Havana for quinces and wedding photo shoots amid colonial architecture and white-sand beaches.
Made from the grape variety melon de Bourgogne, this muscadet displays notes of under-ripe orchard fruit (apple/pear/quince) and, due to the proximity to the ocean, carries a touch of salinity as well.
Share a snack with someone special by ordering a glass of wine and a flight of three cheeses ($14) or cheese and charcuterie ($18) served with a bevy of accompaniments including quince puree, fig jam and pretzel bread.
Down the street, the quince hedge is glowing sunrise red, sturdy blossoms parked cautiously close to woody stems.
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Origin and Etymology of quince
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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