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1. Quinces are small, irregularly shaped trees growing to about 15 feet tall that are often used as rootstock for dwarf pears

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2. Bella Quinces and Photography, uses the most innovative Photography equipment to create the most artistic, creative, and unique Quinceanera Photo Shots for your Quinceanera Party

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3. What is Quinces? The small, yellow, quince fruit tastes like a cross between and apple and a pear

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4. Quinces are very adaptable, low maintenance and cold hardy trees and rarely require fertilizer

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5. Around 1000 B.C., researchers say Palestine was familiar with quince and the "apples" mentioned in the Song of Solomon were possibly Quinces.

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6. Distantly related to apples and pears, Quinces are a fall fruit you might not be as familiar with

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7. At Bella Quinces & Photography, you’ll find professional and unique quinceanera pictures

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8. Bella Quinces and Photography also offers other types of photography, such as underwater shoots and night shoots.

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9. Quinces are shaped somewhat like pears but they are hard and very acidic

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10. Quince jelly is a natural, because of the natural supplies of pectin in Quinces.

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11. Borne by trees reaching up to 8m high, Quinces (Cydonia oblonga) look something like a cross between a pear and an apple (they are related to both)

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12. They have a wonderfully fragrant perfume; indeed, Quinces were once popular as room deodorisers and they were also used to scent linen drawers.

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13. Check out our Quinces selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our paper & party supplies shops.

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14. Prepare Quinces for cooking by removing the hard core and peeling the fruit

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15. Quinces are difficult to freeze fresh but they keep well once cooked and pureed, with or without sugar

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16. Bella Quinces and Photography isn’t only known for their amazing videography and photography packages but also for our fabulous dresses

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17. Quinces are gently simmered in butter, then dipped in a lemon-scented batter and fried in coconut oil to a golden brown

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18. Quinces are gently simmered in butter, then dipped in a lemon-scented batter

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19. Sprinkle Quinces evenly with remaining sugar mixture

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20. Bake at 400° for 1 hour and 30 minutes or until Quinces are golden brown and liquid is thick, basting every 30 minutes

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21. Place 1 quince on each of 6 plates; drizzle Quinces evenly with remaining syrup in pan.

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22. Quinces and fall go hand in hand

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23. The two different shapes – apple and pear in which Quinces grow are an obvious clue to the fruits to which they are related.

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24. Three of these huge Quinces is all you need to make a large

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25. Quinces tend to hold their shape, so they are ideal for poaching, stewing, or baking as a dessert

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26. Fun Facts about Quinces: Like apples and pears, Quinces are thought to be native to the Caucasus area in Western Asia, probably in what are now Iran, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and southwestern Russia

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27. One of the Ancient Greek words for Quinces was melimelon (“honey-apple”), melimelum in Latin.According to “The Book of Marmalade”, this became marmelo (“quince”) in Spanish

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28. Unfortunately, Quinces fall prey to fire blight in humid parts of the country

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29. Mythology holds that the quince was a gift from Aphrodite, the goddess of love, and it was a custom in ancient Greece to toss whole Quinces into bridal chariots

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30. Some scholars speculate that Quinces may have been the true forbidden fruit, as well.

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31. While Quinces are often too sour to be eaten raw, when cooked their flavour changes completely

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32. Every Quinces party aboard a Biscayne Lady yacht is a magical dream come true with memories to last a lifetime

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QUINCES [kwins]

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does quince mean?

Definition of quince. 1 : the fruit of a central Asian tree (Cydonia oblonga) of the rose family that resembles a hard-fleshed yellow apple and is used especially in preserves.

What does a quince look like?

Quince resembles a pear and has a yellowish hard exterior when ripened. Quince turns a a deep red when cooked and is often used to make jams and jellies.

What is the meaning of the name quince?

The name Quince is of English origin. The meaning of Quince is "fifth". Quince is generally used as a boy's name. It consists of 6 letters and 1 syllable and is pronounced Quince.

What does quince mean in Spanish?

Quince. Also known in Spanish as "Membrillo," Quince is a hard, apple-like fruit with a thick yellow skin and pleasing floral fragrance. The firm, white flesh has a dry texture and astringent flavor when raw. When cooked, the Quince takes on a delicious apple-pineapple-pear flavor. The white flesh also turns a rosy pink color when slowly cooked for hours.

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