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How to Poach Pears for an Easy, Elegant Autumn Dessert

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Spices don’t typically go bad the way milk sours or meat spoils, but that doesn’t mean they last forever. Give them the sniff test. If they don’t smell richly of whatever they are (cinnamon, garlic, etc.) replace them.

 

September 30, 2019

Tip of the Day

Spices don’t typically go bad the way milk sours or meat spoils, but that doesn’t mean they last forever. Give them the sniff test. If they don’t smell richly of whatever they are (cinnamon, garlic, etc.) replace them.

 
How to Poach Pears for an Easy, Elegant Autumn Dessert

Poached pears are a dessert worthy of linen tablecloths and fine French wines, but don’t assume that makes them hard to re-create. Learn how easy it is to turn humble pears into a stunning sweet treat with just a few ingredients and a minimal amount of time. Read More »

 

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