asian pear


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Asian pear

1. a tropical pear tree, esp any of several varieties of Japanese pear Pyrus serotina
2. the fruit of the Japanese pear, which resembles a large yellow apple, has crisp juicy flesh, and is cultivated in Japan, Korea, the US, and New Zealand
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asian pear

Expensive in food stores, great to have growing in your yard.
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Serve plain or over rice, with Asian Pear and Date Chutney on the side.
Asian pears, which originated in China, Japan and Korea, were largely unknown elsewhere until the Royal Horticultural Society of London imported them in 1820.
For the pickled Asian pears: In saucepan, combine water, sugar and salt over medium heat, stirring to dissolve sugar and salt.
(Buty gets all of the minuscule amount grown in the state.) Heady florals mix with quince, Asian pear, peach, and lemongrass over earthy wet concrete.
1 cup peeled, coarsely chopped Asian pear 3/4 cup chopped onion 1 1/2 tbsp.
SECOND LABEL Jayson From the same vineyards that produce Pahlmeyer, Jayson 2009 Chardonnay ($45) layers spiced apple butter and Asian pear over wet-stone minerality.
Notes of melon and Asian pear rounded off by delicate peach and an edge of minerality.
River water over limestone, with a crisp gamut of citrus, fresh herbs, Asian pear, and a whiff of jasmine.
Speciation and origin in Pyrus had been taken place during the tertiary period in the mountainous areas of the western and southwestern China and spread both in east and West (Rubstov, 1944; Bell et al., 1996; Yamamoto and Chevreau, (2009) nearly all Asian pear species originated from five primitive genepools (Jiang et al., 2016).

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