oh this is very spanish. it´s called membrillo. i love it with cheese and bread. it´s a typical dessert here. mmmm i´d love some!
i wish i could come over! i love quince. my mom has a bush in the garden and sometimes make jam from it. love it! and these photos sure do make it look as delicious as i remember :)
looks SO tasty!
What a guy, he is defintely a keeper :)Love the "sunset rock" too...
How luxurious to be able to dine on homemade quince paste! If only I didn't live on the other side of the country...
i´m coming!and the color of it!
Slow in getting back to y'all.Jane- yes- Membrillo- although, Tomory's version is the only one I've tasted...yet to compare it to an authentic Spanish one. Enjoying your blog!!Trinsch, that is a lovely story. I wish you could come over, too. Cheryl...we could actually give some to you & Max-we have tons (and we live in the same city).Janis: Agreed :) (Wish I could ship some paste to you...but it's in a layer in a dish, not canned :(Gemmifer: Yes- it is so rich! I can only eat it in very small quantities. Visited you blog- glad you like Hiki's store, and I got your reference right away: Houses in Motion: Talking Heads: Remain in Light- one of the BEST bands of all-time!Ever!Ritva: When can I expect you...must clean the guest room ;) !
Me too! I would love to come and try quince paste!They look so delicious!!
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