Friday, November 07, 2008


on Wednesday i brought home a box of Organic Pears from work
now i need all your Pear recipes

i have just made Pear Ice Cream
& have a recipe for Pear & Cinnamon Muffins that i will make on sunday
also a Chocolate Pear tart

so if you have a great recipe or one you havent tried yet, send it to me & ill give it a go
either email it to me or put it in the comments

has anyone ever dried Pears in the oven? if so i could use your hints & tips

i had one for morning tea, they are oh so sweet & smell devinne :o)


sparklygreenknickers said...

The chocolate pear tart sounds heaven! You'll have to share the recipe when you've tested it.

I'd have to check my books to find pear recipes, but off-hand I'd suggest pear crumble for something easy. I've also had a divine pear cake which had almond meal in it (but I haven't got a recipe) - worth googling, I reckon...

Anne said...

There is Pear and Ginger Cake!
I can't find the recipe at the moment but I love the Pear and Ginger Cake at the Hominy(I think that is how you spell it) Bakery in Katoomba.

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greenfumb said...

I always eat my pears raw but that pear and chocolate tart sounds fab - do post the recipe when you get a chance.

Chooks'r'us said...

I don't think you can go past a poached pair myself and my mum used to put them into preserve jars and we'd eat them all winter. There's a great red wine and pear recipe in my old MF book - I'll email it to you!

Chooks'r'us said...

oh yeah that pear and ginger cake from Hominy is HEAVENLY!! A friend brought me a piece to work and it was lovely so I bought a whole cake to take to my inlaws and it was a hit!!

earthmotherwithin said...

Pears go very well simmered with red wine. They go a lovely pink colour. Just add a little sugar and pop them whole but unpeeled into the oven at no more than 180 degrees until they are cooked,