Quince Almond Tarte Tatin Quince Market
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Fall Tart Quince Almond Tarte Tatin

This quince almond tarte tatin (tatin aux coings et aux amandes) is a fall dessert that celebrates the slow-ripening fruit. It’s a bit of work to peel quince, but you will be pleased with the sweet end result.

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Quince Puff Pastry Tarts Roasted Pecans @MirabeauWine
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Fall Desert Quince Puff Pastry Tarts with Roasted Pecans and Vanilla Sauce

Quince are not a pretty fruit. Far from perfectly shaped they resemble an oversized, rock-hard pear. However, once peeled and stewed with sugar, like apples for a compote, quince are versatile. You can make a quince paste, which is delicious with cheese or follow this recipe for Quince Puff Pastry Tarts …

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Quince @ProvenceTayls
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Quince trees in Provence

Contributor blog post by David Taylor: On one of our many walking routes there are several rows of quince trees (coing in French) which, we saw planted just a few years ago. They have a lovely blossom in spring and produce a very large fruit, but what is interesting is …

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