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Mine, infused with quince and fennel, was bright, clean and mildly vegetal.
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.
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.
There are vineyards and orchards -- apples and quinces and pears and plums.
What’s on the horizon: With its rough, blocky shape, quince might look more like a Bizarro World-type pear.
Spiked Bismarck palm fronds, dramatic clusters of flamingo-pink anthuriums, flowering quince branches — MetaFlora’s bold arrangements are unexpected and irreverent, marrying ikebana-inflected minimalism with a dash of kitsch.
Add quince, cranberries, sage, rosemary, and thyme
Some of the cocktails will make use of fresh produce in season, such as herbs, rhubarb and quince.
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Origin and Etymology of quince
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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