Delicious Pear Sorbet Recipe

Last spring, one early afternoon, an old friend announced that he was in town and would be coming that evening for dinner. I had the meal pretty much ready but I had nothing for dessert. It wasn’t going to formal but I did want to have something tasty for dessert. It was before our cherries [&hellip

Classic Pear Upside Down Cake Recipe

I remember the first time I made upside down cake and how thrilled I was. I was able to invert the pan without dropping it or spilling the juice and when I pulled the pan off to reveal the beautiful fruit atop a warm cake with caramel soaked sides, I thought I had died and gone to cake heaven

Bella Donovan poached Pears with Honey-curry sauce

The following recipe is originally by user Jo Jo Ba on the cooking site, Group Recipes. Kimi decided to give it a try, expecting the result to be amazing or the very opposite and a waste of good coffee and good pears. She was delighted to discover that the coffee didn’t taste bitter, the honey sauce wasn’t overpowering, and Jo Jo Ba sure knows how to blend flavors to bring out the best of the ingredients.

Gluten-free Warren Pear Bundt cake by Lynn Coddington

This recipe is inspired by an Apple-Cinnamon Bundt Cake recipe I saw on the Martha Stewart Show in September. I was looking for a quick, fuss-free cake using lots of fruit. So many apple and pear cake recipes contain only a cup or two of fruit. That’s no fun. I wanted in your face pear flavor. I got it. Yum. As a plus, even the gluten-free haters amongst us went back for seconds.

Warren Pear Champagne Sorbet by Lynn Coddington

Lynn Coddington whipped up this delicious sorbet using Warren pears. Active alcohol in this recipe may make it unsuitable for children or those with sensitivities. The champagne is far from overwhelming in the finished product, with the sweetness of the Warren pear truly shining in this silky sorbet. Lynn’s instructions are detailed and thorough to accommodate any skill level in the kitchen.

Zenchef’s Warren Pear Tarte Bourdaloue

This tart is based on the classic French Tarte Bourdaloue which is a combination of almond frangipane, poached pears and custard baked in a buttery sweet tart dough. Using Warren Pears takes it to a whole different level though, the flavor is so intense it creates a perfect osmosis with the other components.