The quince is a fruit that is closely related to the apple and pear. The fruit looks like an odd shaped pear; the skin is yellow in appearance and the flesh is a golden yellowish colour. Although quinces are no good for eating raw, they can be used as a substitute for many dishes that conventionally use apples or pears or a combination of both. When cooked quince fruit flesh turns a ruby red colour. Quinces can be incorporated into a menu through its use in puddings, cakes, tarts, desserts, jellies or preserves. It can be used as a glaze for meats, in sauces or as a paste to go with cheese. Quinces are now readily available in box quantity for venues looking for something a little different to incorporate into the menu.

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