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Pork belly is an extremely fatty cut of meat. Cooking the belly slowly allows the fat to render down; this rendered fat then helps to baste the meat.Turning up the oven towards the latter stages of cooking results in a crisp skin, not dissimilar to that of cracklings, or skin, on a pork roast.While Wade Murphy, executive head chef at The Lodge at Doonbeg in County Clare, Ireland, likes to serve this roasted pork with caramelized quince, you could also serve the pork with baby potatoes, roasted with lots of butter and parsley, and Savoy cabbage, sliced thinly and sautéed with spring onions and small pieces of diced apple.
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Walnut-Crusted Quince and Manchego Bites
Quince paste, known as dulce de membrillo in Spanish-speaking countries, is made by cooking the hard, tart flesh of this fruit (a relative of apples and pears) with water and sugar until it turns red and sticky and holds its shape. It’s available in specialty grocery stores and online. In Spain, quince paste is commonly paired with manchego cheese, made from raw sheep’s milk, as a breakfast item or snack. This recipe fancies up the combination with toasted spiced walnuts and chopped parsley and it also works as a breakfast dish.Fast Food, Good Food More Than 150 Quick and Easy Ways to Put Healthy, Delicious Foods on the Table courtesy Little, Brown and Company Copyright © 2015 by Andrew Weil, MD
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Chef Marcus Samuelsson shares his holiday recipes and pairings. The two different parts to this recipe complement each other well balancing the flavors between savory and sweet. He also suggests you pair it with the Penfolds Koonunga Hill Chardonnay. 
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This recipe, for home cooks, calls for store-bought ingredients. Although, it may take some time to make, but once you take a bit into the lobster roll and herb salad, you'll know that it was all worth it. Chef Marcus Samuelsson also suggests you pair it with the Penfolds Koonunga Hill Chardonnay for the best flavors. 
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Membrillo
Turn those beautiful, fuzzy quinces into a smooth jelly. This membrillo is the perfect match for your favorite Spanish Manchego.This recipe is courtesy of Simply Recipes.
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Cook quince: Peel, quarter, and core quinces. Cut quarters crosswise into 1/8-inch-thick slices. In a 3-quart heavy saucepan bring quince, water, sugar, honey, lemon juice, and cinnamon to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer mixture, stirring ...
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Adapted from chef Laurent Gras
It's difficult to choose ripe quinces because their flesh, unlike that of other fruits, doesn't soften. You have to use your nose, sniffing out the heady floral fragrance that signals that the quince is ripe.
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Cooking Light OCTOBER 2007
These whole roasted quinces make a beautiful end to an autumn meal. If quinces are smaller than eight ounces each, they will cook more quickly.
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This recipe is an accompaniment for Mascarpone Cheesecake with Quince Compote .
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An old family recipe for quince jelly. Quince is a fruit related to apples and pears. It is quite tart, and cannot be eaten raw. This jelly is the perfect way to make use of the quince fruit.
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Quince paste has a texture somewhere between that of stiff jelly and gumdrops.
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Quince Marmalade recipe. Ready In: 40 min. Makes 6 servings 1346 per serving Ingredients: quinces, orange, sugar, orange juice, water
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