From Sauteed Pork and Pear Salad or Gingered Peach and Pear Crisp to about everything in between, pears are a tasteful ingredient in myriad recipes in all seasons.
Serve this seasonal fruit and cheese dish for appetizer or dessert.
A packaged gingerbread mix simplifies this Christmas dessert recipe.
Try this fresh and festive relish on ham or pork chops. It's also good with chicken or turkey.
A cranberry-amaretto sauce with whipped cream topping is the perfect complement to succulent pears.
Red cinnamon candies add a pink blush to these poached pears. Serve them warm for breakfast, or with cookies for a sopisticated dessert.
If this dessert is for adults, add a drizzle of cognac or brandy to the top right before serving.
Fruit and nuts star in this lower calorie dessert tart.
The presentation of this duck main dish is as lovely as it is good to eat. Slices of duck breast are layered over fresh baby spinach and pears. then topped with walnuts and vinaigrette.
Try this Mexican-inspired salsa over grilled chicken or pork.
Upside-down cake never disappoints, particularly one this pretty. Put your fruit-arranging skills to the test this season and give this pear-iffic dessert a try. Don't forget a scoop of ice cream to top it off.
A colorful blend of sweet potatoes, red onion and pears mix with sage and honey in this easy roasted side dish.
To serve this appetizer cheesecake as a light luncheon or dinner entree, place slices on bread and warm in the oven or under the broiler to soften.
For a triple-play of pear goodness, this pie combines nectar, dried fruit and fresh, juicy Bosc pears.
Three popular French foods: pastry cream, tuiles (roof-tile shape cookies), and fruit compote equal one spectacular dessert!
Fruit crisps, like this dessert recipe, are a delicious way to boost your fruit intake.
French toast for dessert? You bet! Serve the breakfast favorite with a golden pear sauce and a scoop of ice cream.