Love Pears and Apples? It’s Time to Learn How to Cook With Quince
Quince may resemble pears and apples, but unlike their fruit brethren, raw quince are inedibly tannic and sour. This means you do have to cook them, but the transformation is dramatic, and well worth your efforts. Poached quince are so tender, aromatic, and rosy that you’d hardly believe the raw fruit is white, fibrous, and hard as a rock. To remove the quince core without also removing a finger, follow these three simple steps.