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PEARS

porcine epidemic abortion and respiratory syndrome.
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2] found, among individual fruit and vegetable subgroups, inverse associations with total stroke and the consumption of pears, along with apples and leafy green vegetables.
6 PEOPLE are less allergic to pears than any other fruits.
8% of households purchased pears, a decrease of 7% from the previous 52 weeks.
I have a conference pear tree, which has yet to bear fruit.
The updated estimates for the organic portion of the Northwest pear crop have increased proportionally, showing a total of 976,780 standard 44-pound box equivalents (21,489 tons) of organic pears in the 2014 harvest.
Faraj Saleh, a 35-year-old farmer from Sanhan district, says that he uprooted his qat plants and replaced them with prickly pears almost seven years ago.
The Netherlands is a country favorable for growing pears due to the usually mild winters.
In the United States, Anjou (also called d'Anjou) pears are grown commercially in Washington and Oregon, where they are harvested in late summer.
INGREDIENTS (serves 4) 200g granulated sugar 425ml water 6 whole cardamom pods, lightly crushed EeA- tsp good-quality saffron threads 3tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice 4 iuAurm pears METHOD Step 1: Put the sugar, water, cardamom pods, saffron and lemon juice into a shallow, wide pan (we use a stainless-steel sautEa pan).
Place in a pre-heated oven at 180C for 8-12 minutes, turning and basting the pears.
This time of year, because pears are everywhere, we serve it with pear jam.
This week's recipe is for spiced poached pears and it's dedicated to Twitter users who may want to sweeten their palate after an exhausting rant.