Try Quince Jam

A reader reminds us of quince jam, a treat our grandmas might have made.



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Finished quince jam has a rosy color.
MARILYN H. HOIJER
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A single quince bush will probably produce all the fruit you need for quince jam.  
PHOTO: MARILYN H. HOIJER
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Quinces, which most people consider inedible, look like this. 
MARILYN H. HOIJER

















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