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quince

(kwints),
The edible fruit of Cydonia oblongata (family Rosaceae); the seeds have demulcent properties.
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"But tell me, good Quince," said Robin, "hast thou a mind to sell those things to me?
Quoth he, "By the turn of thy voice, good Quince, I know that thou hast a fair song or two running loose in thy head like colts in a meadow.
Said he in a slow, wondering voice, "Am I in very truth that fellow?-- Now I had thought--but nay, Quince, thou art mistook--yet--am I?--Nay, I must indeed be Robin Hood!
"Is it so?" said Quince. "Then, indeed, I am somebody else, and can be none other than Robin Hood.
Robin stood looking after them, and when they were gone he laughed till the tears rolled down his cheeks; for he knew that no harm would befall the honest fellow, and he pictured to himself the Bishop's face when good Quince was brought before him as Robin Hood.
One of Carangian's favorites, the Ciento Quince, is an extinct Chavacano dish, which combines seafood with liempo.
But Work and Pensions minister Will Quince said there were "many and varied" reasons for their use.
Aside from Ciento Quince, Langlang and Warik-warik, a special feature is the Malolos Congress Dinner of 1898, a recreation of the menu made for the delegates who drafted the Philippine Constitution.
He invites Audrey and her husband to join him on a luxurious yacht belonging to elderly billionaire Malcolm Quince (Terence Stamp).
INGREDIENTS: (Serves 4) 1.2kg pork ribs (ideally cut from the belly of a well-reared heritage pig), 150g sea salt, 1/2 bulb of garlic, separated into cloves, A few sprigs of thyme, 4 bay leaves, 3 star anise, 2 cloves, 170g membrillo (quince paste), 25g coriander seeds, 10g hot smoked paprika, 50g flaked almonds, lightly toasted, A small handful of coriander, leaves picked METHOD: 1.
Andalucian pork ribs INGREDIENTS SERVES 4 1.2kg pork ribs 150g sea salt 1/2 bulb of garlic, separated into cloves A few sprigs of thyme 4 bay leaves 3 star anise 2 cloves 170g membrillo (quince paste) 25g coriander seeds 10g hot smoked paprika 50g flaked almonds, lightly toasted A small handful of coriander, leaves picked DIRECTIONS Rinse the ribs under cold running water, then cut into three to four rib pieces.