Quince jelly is the perfect use for an almost-forgotten fruit


If you’ve not yet met a quince, you have a treat in store. These fragrant, downy, golden globes, distant relatives of the apple family, are not so much forbidden fruits as forgotten fruits. They ripen in late fall, and by Christmas they’ve all but vanished. Among the many elegant, conversation-starting recipes you can choose for the quince is a simple quince jelly. We've got the recipe. Read more.

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