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from NY, US Yield: 8 servings 6 to 8 large ripe (not too soft but sweet) pears- use a few varieties for flavor and texture 1/2 cup sugar ( white or brown ) 1/4 cup flour 1 Tbs lemon juice 1 tsp cinnamon 1/2 tsp each cloves and nutmeg 1 Tbs butter double crust pastry for 9 inch pie sugar and a bit of nutmeg to sprinkle over crust Pear pies are very subtle and delicate in flavor with a texture like apple pie. Either served warm or well chilled along with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream, it surprises people how wonderful pears can be in pie. The recipe is a adaptation of several which I tailored to my liking and won me a prize at a local pie contest. Peel pare, core, pears and slice thickly in wedges as one would do if using apples In a bowl mix flour, sugar, spices and blend well Sprinkle on lemon juice onto pears and mix in the flour-sugar with pears Line a 9 inch pan with favorite pastry, add pears, and dot with the butter Add top crust and slash deeply here and there Sprinkle with a bit of sugar and grated nutmeg or cinnamon. Bake 400F for 10 minute and then lower heat to 350F and bake 50 minutes more until juices bubble through crust and pears tender. Cool completely. Either serve warm or well-chilled. Whipped cream or ice cream really go well with this pie. Use some vanilla and omit the lemon!

Autumn Pear Pie


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(posted October 5, 2009)

from NY, US

Yield: 8 servings

6 to 8 large
ripe (not too soft but sweet) pears- use a few varieties for flavor and texture
1/2 cup
sugar ( white or brown )
1/4 cup
flour
1 Tbs
lemon juice
1 tsp
cinnamon
1/2 tsp each cloves and
nutmeg
1 Tbs
butter
double
crust pastry for 9 inch pie
sugar and a bit of nutmeg to sprinkle over
crust

Pear pies are very subtle and delicate in flavor with a texture like apple pie. Either served warm or well chilled along with whipped cream or vanilla
ice cream, it surprises people how wonderful pears can be in pie. The recipe is a adaptation of several which I tailored to my liking and won me a prize at a local pie contest.

Peel pare, core, pears and slice thickly in wedges as one would do if using apples In a bowl mix flour, sugar, spices and blend well
Sprinkle on
lemon juice onto pears and mix in the flour-sugar with pears Line a 9 inch pan with favorite pastry, add pears, and dot with the butter Add top
crust and slash deeply here and there
Sprinkle with a bit of
sugar and grated nutmeg or cinnamon.

Bake 400F for 10 minute and then lower heat to 350F and bake 50 minutes more until juices bubble through
crust and pears tender.

Cool completely.

Either serve warm or well-chilled.

Whipped
cream or
ice cream really go well with this pie.

Use some
vanilla and omit the lemon!



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