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  • The film shows the same patience as the artist, carefully and without comment depicting his step-by-step preparations and techniques as he tries to capture the quince tree and the light shooting through its leaves.
  • How do I succeed in growing a quince tree? Times, Sunday Times
  • There were mangoes and cherries and quinces and apples and apricots and almonds, and beyond the orchards there were thickets of tamarisk and casuarina as well as groves of mulberry trees belonging to the silk farmers.
  • I looked at the camellia with its fat pink blooms and at the scarlet flowers of the Japanese quince. RESCUING ROSE
  • Else I should plunge _in medias res_ upon a sketch of De Quincey's life; were it not a rudeness amounting to downright profanity to omit the important ceremony of prelibation, and that at a banquet to which, implicitly, gods are invited. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 12, No. 71, September, 1863
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  • There is real pleasure in training a flowering quince tight to a wall. Times, Sunday Times
  • Quinces have to be cooked, when they turn the most becoming pink and taste delicious.
  • The cheese trolley is filled with Portuguese goat and sheep cheeses, to be eaten with a traditional slice of quince paste.
  • Wall shrubs including pyracantha or ornamental quince can be trained and get less out of control than some vigorous climbers.
  • In the back are pots containing a fruit paradise of quinces, medlars, lemons, pomegranates, citrons, even a limequat that apparently makes a mean marmalade.
  • Membrillo is the Spanish word for quince, a remarkable fruit that is inedibly hard and astringent when raw, and turns a wonderfully deep orange color when cooked. Archive 2007-08-01
  • In the back are pots containing a fruit paradise of quinces, medlars, lemons, pomegranates, citrons, even a limequat that apparently makes a mean marmalade.
  • Bring the quince escabeche to room temperature before serving. Times, Sunday Times
  • I think pinpointing it with almonds is a great idea but perhaps a splash of Muscat would highlight the fragrancy of the quinces? Quince Tart (Deux)
  • This is my version of a quince cream recipe from the note book of Mrs Owen of Penrhos in Anglesey, 1695.
  • Montenebro goat's cheese, valdeon blue cheese along with semi-hard and hard mahon and manchegowere classically served with membrillo, or quince jelly.
  • In Portuguese, quince is marmelo, which is the origin of the word marmalade. Quince with Recipe for Pork and Quince Stew – Kydonato (Χοιρινό Kυδωνάτο)
  • Quincey's hyperbolical description of the English mail-coach, one cannot down the desire to place that remarkable man on the pilot of the White The Shrinkage of the Planet
  • There were medlars, and apples, and quinces, and cherries, and I think many more that I could not name by their bark or tiny fruit.
  • London: The Royal Academy's best rooms look even more handsome than usual with the installation of "Andrea Palladio: His Life and Legacy," an exhibition celebrating the quincentenary of the influential architect's birth. Palladio's Oeuvre: Majestic, Beautiful, But Also Functional
  • This blind wine tasting competition, run in the style of a celebrity poker tournament, gives you the opportunity to compete with some of the most prestigious wine talent in the country: David Lynch (Quince), Joe Campanale (Dell'anima), Shelley Lindgren (A16 and SPQR), Bobby Stuckey (Frasca Food and Wine), and Richard Betts, to name a few. Joe Bastianich: The DinePrivate Sommelier Showdown
  • Practice: 1. Choose fresh and squashy Chinese flowering quince, flay, go nucleus, cut chunk account, reserve.
  • Viscosity of the fluid used needs to be higher than that of the water, and for this purpose, several materials have been used over the years; badderlocks, linseed, quince seeds, okra, several celluloses (methyl-cellulose wallpaper fixer).
  • Apples and quince are high in pectin, while others, like pears and some berries, have very little. How to Make Apple Pectin Jelly
  • Once removed from the heat, as the syrup cooled, the pectin in the fruit encouraged the liquid to be transformed into a lovely quince jelly riddled with dark and aromatic vanilla seeds.
  • Many books, published just before the quincentenary of Columbus's arrival in this continent in 1492, ignore the destructive influence of Columbus's arrival.
  • There were mangoes and cherries and quinces and apples and apricots and almonds, and beyond the orchards there were thickets of tamarisk and casuarina as well as groves of mulberry trees belonging to the silk farmers.
  • Put all the escabeche ingredients except the quinces in a saucepan with 500ml water and bring to the boil. Times, Sunday Times
  • But both the quince and the pear are of the same rose family. Secrets of the Soil
  • Here, however, a case recorded by M.J. E. Planchon may be alluded to [77] wherein a quince fruit (_Cydonia_) was surmounted by five leaves, the surface of the pome being marked by as many prominences, which apparently corresponded to the five stalks of the calycine leaves. Vegetable Teratology An Account of the Principal Deviations from the Usual Construction of Plants
  • Jack, Jonathan, Arthur, and Quincey engage in a ‘desperate’ pursuit of Dracula, on horseback and with Winchester rifles; then in close combat, armed with bowie knives, they fight the gypsies who guard the Count.
  • We pass through pine woodlands and stands of eucalyptus, and encounter wild quince, olive and almond trees and cork oaks stripped of their bark. Times, Sunday Times
  • We pass through pine woodlands and stands of eucalyptus, and encounter wild quince, olive and almond trees and cork oaks stripped of their bark. Times, Sunday Times
  • Honeysuckle and quince have nectar rich flowers and fruits follow.
  • New researches, however, have led to the supposition that the odorous principle of quinces is derived from the ether of pelargonic acid. The Art of Perfumery And Methods of Obtaining the Odors of Plants
  • But," in the words of De Quincey, "no man can be truly _great_, without at least chequering his life with solitude. Western Characters or Types of Border Life in the Western States
  • Euery house almost had a cisteme or well in a garden on the backe side: in which gardens grew vines (with ripe clusters of grapes) making pleasant shadowes, and Tabacco nowe commonly knowen and vsed in England, wherewith their women there dye their faces reddish, to make them seeme fresh and young: Pepper Indian and common; figge-trees bearing both white and red figges: Peach trees not growing very tall: Orenges, Limons, Quinces, Potato-roots, The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • In our day De Quincey would have been the greatest magazinist of the age, because his best work was in the short essay; but it is to be feared that the publishers of his time fattened on the good things which he produced and gave small sums to the man who turned out these masterpieces with so little effort. Modern English Books of Power
  • ‘Havran Quince,’ a large pear-shaped fruit, sometimes reaches more than 2 lb.
  • I see her also cutting bits out of the robinia, the quince-tree and the cherry-tree. Bramble-Bees and Others
  • Other fruits and vegetables coming through the laboratory with diseases included figs, pears, quinces, raspberries, nectarines, cherries, onions, lettuces, corn, mung beans and pumpkins.
  • You won’t turn a five-corner into a quince, or a geebung into an orange, twist and twine, and dig and water as you like. Robbery Under Arms
  • The transition from De Quincey's childhood to his opium-experiences is as natural, therefore, as from strophe to antistrophe in choral antiphonies. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 12, No. 71, September, 1863
  • The reason for the film was the celebration of OUP's quincentenary -- 1478 to 1978, with a special logo and all; it seemed to be a good excuse to celebrate OUP's eccentricity and gentlemanly amateurishness combined with some rather downplayed commercial sense. Old films a go go
  • In March and April alone, daphne, forsythia, camelias, Japanese quince and lilacs continue in bloom.
  • The office of the First Lady said the menu included 'fruitwood-smoked quail with quince gastrique', 'quinoa risotto', 'thyme-roasted rack of lamb', 'tomato, fennel and eggplant fondue' and a salad course of 'endive', 'baked vermont brie' and 'walnut crostini'. WHAT REALLY HAPPENED
  • Formal beds, divided by paths, probably contained a mixture of fragrant herbs, flowers including honeysuckle and rose, and fruit trees such as mulberry and quince.
  • However, there are some unusual Russian and Balkan sauerkrauts tinted amber with quince and pink with beetroot.
  • It was a childhood of bodas, quinceaneras, carnes asadas, bailes, misa cada domingo, with frequent trips to the other side de la linea, to Mexicali, where my relatives lived.
  • Aroma: Very aromatic and expressive bouquet with quince and citrus fruits ( lemon ) aromas.
  • Wall shrubs including pyracantha or ornamental quince can be trained and get less out of control than some vigorous climbers.
  • The jam should be high-fruit, low-sugar, and compatible with apple, ie, blackberry or quince rather than raspberry or strawberry.
  • Add the quince and gently poach until tender. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Evolution of Sugar Preserves The earliest sugar preserves were probably fruit pieces immersed in syrupy honey the Greek term for quinces packed in honey, melimelon, gave us the word marmalade or in the boiled-down juice of wine grapes. On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen
  • While the pork is cooking, peel the quince, cut them into quarters, remove the core, and drop in acidulated water (water with lemon juice) to keep the quince from turning brown. Archive 2008-11-01
  • They included baklava, rice pudding with grilled quince and mixed berry tiramisu.
  • In the back are pots containing a fruit paradise of quinces, medlars, lemons, pomegranates, citrons, even a limequat that apparently makes a mean marmalade.
  • A few years ago, writing a biography of Christopher Columbus for the quincentenary of his discoveries, I came across a wonderful Spanish term - querencia - usually translated as ‘love of home’.
  • In the mouth the wine has a soft, slightly coarse mousse, with a papery quality, and flavors of quince paste, baked apples, and a yeastiness that surfaces in the finish.
  • Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium quince, Cydonia oblonga quinoa, Chenopodium quinoa radish, Raphanus sativus rocket salad (arugola), 14. Saving seeds for planting
  • My heart warms under snow; flowers with forsythia, japonica blooms, flowering quince, bridal wreath, blood root and violet; yellow running jasmine vine, cape jessamine and saucer magnolias: tulip-shaped, scenting lemon musk upon the air. Archive 2009-04-01
  • On the island, quinces were traditionally packed in sawdust and stored in north-facing rooms. Quince with Recipe for Pork and Quince Stew – Kydonato (Χοιρινό Kυδωνάτο)
  • Like De Quincey, on the other hand, Sharp delights in "fine writing," in both senses of the phrase, in the "highfalutin" that is objectionable, and in the ornately beautiful that is one fitting expression of romantic thought. Irish Plays and Playwrights
  • The quincentenary is a significant public event and the Royal Mail has a tradition of recognising significant institutions who have contributed to the public good.
  • Among those that made the cut: baby sea scallops from the coast of Labrador, topped with osetra caviar; a terrine of duck foie gras with apple-quince marmalade; sea bream with braised fennel and olives in a red-wine reduction. THE MIND BEHIND THE $225 MEAL
  • In March and April alone, daphne, forsythia, camellias, Japanese quince and lilacs continue in bloom.
  • The Magic Voyage, a film from director Michael Schoemann, released in conjunction with the quincentenary of Columbus's "discovery" of America. Getting Medieval with Dom DeLuise (1933-2009)
  • Peel, quarter and core the quince and poach in the liquid until just soft. Times, Sunday Times
  • Flowering quince is Chaenomeles, that dense, thorny, spring-blooming shrub that comes in all those incomparably rich and tarty hot colors.
  • He again hoisted up the crate and followed her; till she stopped at a fruiterer’s shop and bought from him Shami140 apples and Osmani quinces and Omani141 peaches, and cucumbers of Nile growth, and Egyptian limes and Sultani oranges and citrons; besides The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Hoping to repeat the ratings of last year's "The Civil War," as well as steal a jump on the Columbus quincentenary hoopla, public TV has produced the kind of epic documentary the networks long ago abandoned. Rediscovering America
  • Add the quince and gently poach until tender. Times, Sunday Times
  • Flowering quince, a gift from neighbors, thanks Mae and Mickey, an unknown cultivar of chaenomeles. Winter Buds Full of Hope « Fairegarden
  • Through Madrid, La Rioja, Barcelona Tan's travellers might try sopa a la Riojana (a soup of lamb and haricot beans), goats' cheese with quince paste or the liqueur of bilberries and anise, pancharan.
  • Quince and mulberries can be started from hardwood or greenwood - pencil-thin tree cuttings from the dormant or nondormant fruit tree. SFGate: Top News Stories
  • _ These officers make provysyons in seasons of the yere accordynge for fruytes to be had of the Kinges gardynes withoute prises; as cherryes, peares, apples, nuttes greete and smalle, for somer season; and lenten, wardens, quinces and other; and also of presentes gevyn to the Kinge; they be pourveyours of _blaundrelles_, pepyns, and of all other fruytes. Early English Meals and Manners
  • Can you recommend a quince tree? Times, Sunday Times
  • When cooked, quince mellows to an amazing pineapple-like taste with a hint of tartness.
  • Thinly sliced Spanish chorizo was our favorite accompaniment, but the cheese's acidity also makes it a good match for quince paste or dried fruit.
  • The gold lasted for barely a year but in the meantime numerous trees were planted in the area: wild acacia, teak, olive, tambotie, beech, ebony, seringa, mimosa and quince.
  • Stilton and pears is another classic combination, as is manchego cheese with slices of quince jelly.
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  • In the back are pots containing a fruit paradise of quinces, medlars, lemons, pomegranates, citrons, even a limequat that apparently makes a mean marmalade.
  • Seasonal fruits such as sour cherries, plums, quinces, and grapes are made into thick jam, which is traditionally served to visitors and eaten from a glass jar with a spoon.
  • At this time of year, all the best gourmet restaurants have elderberry ice-cream on the menu and cooks are busy potting up rose hip chutney, quince jelly and bottling sloe gin liqueur.
  • Preserves and marmalades of quince, figs and peaches, as well as the native pitahaya, are specialties of Durango. The Food of Durango, Mexico's Wild West
  • The series goes a long way toward explaining, if inadvertently, why the quincentenary turned into a fiasco.
  • They are based on many different kinds of summer fruit, particularly stone fruits such as peaches and plums; and pears, apples, and quinces.
  • The result: plenty of fresh produce for the kitchen and such delights as crab apple and quince jellies and pickled walnuts.
  • Also make an emulsion of eight drops of ottar of roses with thirty grains of gum arabic and eight fluid ounces of water; then add three fluid ounces of glycerine, and ten fluid drachms of quince mucilage. Burroughs' Encyclopaedia of Astounding Facts and Useful Information, 1889
  • The Columbus Quincentennial in 1992 inspired major renovation of Puerto Rico's colonial architecture, fascinating to visitors.
  • An uncomplicated salad of arugula and manchego shimmers in its piquant quince dressing.
  • You are supposed to be able to throw your hat through the middle of a quince tree without obstruction!
  • Yucca, quince seed, balsam and yarrow are often added to natural styling gels, mousse and hair sprays for their thickening and emulsifying qualities.
  • Arrange the diced quinces in the bottom of each gratin dish.
  • So sorry for your quince, that is a favorite here and the coral color looks so good with the yellow daffs. Cat Adaptation « Fairegarden
  • A true reality shot, the flowering quince, chaenomeles, is not quite open, and the hellebore in the rear will be loaded with open blossoms any day now. Blooms of February- GBBD « Fairegarden
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  • The Japanese quince, Chaenomeles japonica, is one of the more common spring flowering shrubs to be found in our gardens.
  • As regards all these three elements, De Quincey's childhood was prosperous; afterwards, vicissitudes came, -- mighty changes capable of affecting all other transmutations, but thoroughly impotent to annul the inwrought grace of a pre-established beauty. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 12, No. 71, September, 1863
  • Other fruits and vegetables coming through the laboratory with diseases included figs, pears, quinces, raspberries, nectarines, cherries, onions, lettuces, corn, mung beans and pumpkins.
  • This one was served in a small shot glass: a layer of quince compote and a layer of lemon jelly, topped with quince syrup.
  • The flavors were savory and not overly sweet, and the quince was a lovely complement to the tender pork. Archive 2008-11-01
  • De Quincey remarks that impressions do not come to us singly, be it a lightning bolt or sunshine: they are bound up in compound experiences which he calls 'involutes' -- patterns that spiral inwards like the stairwells in Piranesi's dungeons. open Democracy News Analysis - Comments
  • Next she greesed the groove of her keel, warthes and wears and mole and itcher, with antifouling butter-scatch and turfentide and serpenthyme and with leafmould she ushered round prunella isles and eslats dun, quincecunct, allover her little mary. Finnegans Wake
  • In the white wine syrup, poach first the quince and pear pieces; the quince may take a little longer to cook. Times, Sunday Times
  • When the quinces are cool, preheat the oven to 180C / 350F / Gas Mark 4.
  • Our quince is a great source of color in early spring, lasting for a couple of months. Pyracanthas « Fairegarden
  • Most of us really now only come across them in the form of Membrillo, the Spanish quince paste which is so excellent with cheese and found in most good delicatessens.
  • 1992 marked the quincentenary of Columbus' first landfall in America, and led to a spate of conferences, exhibitions, and books reflecting on the complex legacy of the Genoese navigator's voyage.
  • It is fruity (think nashi pears and quince), a little bit sweet and great for drinking on its own or with Asian food and is stunning value for between $12 and $14.
  • It was the habit of the eighteenth century to judge poetry by its form alone; the nineteenth judged it by the spirit which inspired it, by that which, as De Quincey puts it, was "incarnated" in a work of art. Personality in Literature
  • My heart warms under snow; flowers with forsythia, japonica blooms, flowering quince, bridal wreath, blood root and violet; yellow running jasmine vine, cape jessamine and saucer magnolias: tulip-shaped, scenting lemon musk upon the air. Archive 2009-04-01
  • Place the quince jelly and vinegar in a small saucepan over a low heat. Times, Sunday Times
  • In March and April alone, daphne, forsythia, camellias, Japanese quince and lilacs continue in bloom.
  • This one was served in a small shot glass: a layer of quince compote and a layer of lemon jelly, topped with quince syrup.
  • The eau-de-vie selection now includes framboise, kirsch, and quince.
  • Fruits such as apples, apricots, quinces, figs, pears, cherries, berries, and grapes grew in orchards or the river valleys.
  • Favorite sweet treats include Masas surfidas, the term given to many varieties of pastries, and pasta frola, a pastry cake spread with quince preserves, and varieties of fresh fruit, such as grapes and citrus fruits.
  • Serve with the quince, mushrooms, parsley and celeriac mash. Times, Sunday Times
  • A quince is one of those fruits, like a pomegranate, that reminds me of a Christmas bauble.
  • Commissioned for the quincentenary of Christopher Columbus's journey to the New World, "The Voyage" sailed into the Met right on schedule last week, exactly 500 years after the famous landing. Santa Maria And Spaceships
  • Other fruits and vegetables coming through the laboratory with diseases included figs, pears, quinces, raspberries, nectarines, cherries, onions, lettuces, corn, mung beans and pumpkins.
  • Bring to boil, lower heat to medium and simmer until quince is fork tender. Viv Cooks!
  • Aww, I made my own mincemeat this year excluding currants which I hate and prinked it up with quince brandy and it tasted really nice, very appley. A Tale of Two Tarts
  • Despite being a quincentenary event it was also a no-frills affair: no shirt-waving or mamba-style encores here. Belshazzar's Feast; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Christmas project – review
  • There were medlars, and apples, and quinces, and cherries, and I think many more that I could not name by their bark or tiny fruit.
  • Quinces grew in the valley, and their fruits were ripe.
  • We pass through pine woodlands and stands of eucalyptus, and encounter wild quince, olive and almond trees and cork oaks stripped of their bark. Times, Sunday Times
  • In one well he had placed the leaves of three quince trees, in the other a piece of his favorite pear tree. Secrets of the Soil
  • In Italy, from early times, mustard came to be used to flavour mostarda di frutta, a fruit relish made from quinces or grapes.
  • Time to bearing in years typically ranges from two to five for apples and apricots, three to four for peaches, four to six for pears and plums, five to six for quince, and five to seven for sweet cherries.
  • Provide bright flowers such as columbine, Japanese quince, scarlet sage, snapdragons, coral bells, trumpet honeysuckle, bee balm, phlox and others that are tube-shaped to attract hummingbirds.
  • But where he set his stamp has been upon style; style in its widest sense, not merely on the grammar and mechanism of writing, but on what De Quincey described as its _organology_; style, that is to say, in its relation to ideas and feelings, its commerce with thought, and its reaction on what one may call the temper or conscience of the intellect. Critical Miscellanies, Volume I (of 3) Essay 4: Macaulay
  • Important orchard fruits besides olives are oranges and lemons, quinces, figs, cherries, peaches, apricots, plums, pears, apples, almonds, and walnuts.
  • Published to coincide with Columbus's rather sour quincentenary, The Discovery of America, a handsomely produced album of over two hundred works by Saul Steinberg, made a rather melancholy impression upon this peruser, the causes of which I will try to discover. What He Didn't Tell the New Kitty
  • Pairing pasty quince pancakes with the fat-rich confit turns the plate monotonous halfway through.
  • You won't turn a five-corner into a quince, or a geebung into an orange, twist and twine, and dig and water as you like. Robbery under Arms; a story of life and adventure in the bush and in the Australian goldfields
  • But in 1992, there were essentially no national or regional celebrations to mark an extraordinary numerical anniversary: the quincentenary of the European discovery of the New World. Gary S. Chafetz: Review of Casino Jack and the United States of Money by Alex Gibney
  • There are no native American quinces but the quince was still at the height of its popularity when Europeans began to settle in America, and immigrants soon began to grow the fruit.
  • The quince is a long bloomer here and always cheers us. Time Marches On-2009 Bloom Day « Fairegarden
  • That funny-looking squash became part of a toothsome sage risotto; the quince jam is delicious on the bread we also bought. Linda Novick O'Keefe: Octoberliscious
  • Let people tuck in, adding gravy and quince sauce at will. Times, Sunday Times
  • It centers on a central ingredient such as eggplant, okra, spinach, quince, celery, or a myriad of other possibilities.
  • Have a go at pottery or archery, taste some quince jam and enter the longest apple peel competition. Times, Sunday Times
  • You can serve them with apple or quince compôte, with cream cheese and raisins, or with yoghurt and honey instead - but just remember that it's Pancake Day, not Wild Experiments With Batter Day.
  • She is so absorbed in William and his words that she has no sense of how comical these constitutionals appear to those who pass them by: William with what De Quincey described as his "cade" - like stride - "a cade being some sort of insect which advances by an oblique motion" - that would edge his companions off the road, Dorothy with what De Quincey called her NPR Topics: News
  • Grease the tin and line with baking parchment, then arrange the quince quarters over the base.
  • The quinces were favored with the addition of sugar, spices (such as allspice or cinnamon) and a drop of apple cider vinegar.
  • Remove the pears and quince from the fridge. Times, Sunday Times
  • French school, by which, at serious issues, the guarding of the line can be more quickly done: as, for instance, the 'parade de septime' supplanting the slower 'parade de prime;' the 'parade de quarte' having advantage over the 'parade de quince;' the 'parade de tierce' being readier and stronger than the 'parade de sixte;' the same said for the Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith
  • If anyone is living up to my mad poetic manifesto, it's Anna with her posts on quince's bottoms and witchetty grubs, bletted medlars and flatheads. Still Lives
  • The original meze of Persia appear to have been tart fruits, such as pomegranates, quinces, and citrons, designed to alleviate the bitter taste left by unripe wine.
  • Fireblight is a bacterial disease that most commonly attacks apple and crabapple trees, but it also can bother cotoneaster, hawthorn, mountain ash, pear, pyracantha, quince, and service berry.
  • To one quart jarful of quince, take a coffeesaucer and a half of sugar and a coffeecupful of water; put the sugar and water on the fire, and when boiling put in the quinces; have ready the jars with their fastenings, stand the jars in a pan of boiling water on the stove, and when the quince is clear and tender put rapidly into the jars, fruit and syrup together. The Whitehouse Cookbook (1887) The Whole Comprising a Comprehensive Cyclopedia of Information for the Home
  • The quince is native to the Caucasus, where wild, bent little trees still grow on the hillsides, but it spread quickly throughout the ancient world, being taken up by the Persians, the Greeks and, of course, the Romans.
  • The distance between these two opposites De Quincey does not traverse by violent leaps; he does not by some feat of legerdemain evanish from the fields of impassioned eloquence, where he is an unrivalled master, to appear forthwith in those of intellectual gymnastics, where, at least, he is not surpassed. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 12, No. 71, September, 1863
  • Add the quince and gently poach until tender. Times, Sunday Times
  • If needed, prune bridal wreath spiraea, forsythia, lilac, mock orange, quince, and wiegela immediately after flowering.
  • Scrub the quinces and quarter them, do not peel or core.
  • Meat stews are often cooked with fruits such as quince.
  • To eat of a baked apple some advice, or of a preserved quince, cuminseed prepared with meat instead of salt, to keep down fumes: not to study or to be intentive after meals. Anatomy of Melancholy
  • We had a generous plate of properly chambréd farmhouse cheese, which included Gubeen, St Agur and a hard sheep's cheese served with quince jelly, grapes and figs.
  • An infamous example was the quincentenary of Columbus in Santo Domingo in 1992.
  • On the tree, quince starts out mimicking a green apple, but as it ripens it takes on the color and look of a lemon.
  • He now had two patches of grain and maize while apricots, cherries, plums and quince hung heavily from boughs covered in thick, grey lichen.
  • New for this year: A $130 Holiday Fruit Wreath features pomegranates, quince slices and air-dried oranges. Greenery, With Hints of the Forest and Desert
  • Cooking the quince coaxes out the anticarcinogen anthocyanins, those purple pigments also found in berries. NPR Topics: News
  • We pass through pine woodlands and stands of eucalyptus, and encounter wild quince, olive and almond trees and cork oaks stripped of their bark. Times, Sunday Times
  • The exhibition coincides with the quincentenary of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
  • He was equally admired by literary critics, such as Southey and De Quincey.
  • Strachey; "howbeit, it is supposed neither of them naturally borne so discolored; for Captain Smith (lyving sometymes amongst them) affirmeth how they are from the womb indifferent white, but as the men, so doe the women," "dye and disguise themselves into this tawny cowler, esteeming it the best beauty to be nearest such a kind of murrey as a sodden quince is of," as the Greek women colored their faces and the ancient The Story of Pocahontas
  • The next day I bought five hand-tooled leather journals from a bookbinder named Ustino and began writing in one of them at Locanda Cipriani, a restaurant in a quince orchard on a tiny island called Torcello. My Perfect Honeymoon (That I Spent Alone)
  • I thought about trying to squeeze through two posts, the quince was hanging low, but the red lights flashing the sirens blaring the adults chuckling the crowbar working the other kids humiliating laughter forever the memory once sealed now opened I wasn't going to be caught red-headed here, the spaldeen of youth left on the bough. Quince Orchid
  • De Quincey, “Milton versus Southey and Landor” in Note Book of an English Opium-Eater, ebook, Project Gutenberg, www.gutenberg.org/etext/6881. Bloodlust
  • The gold lasted for barely a year but in the meantime numerous trees were planted in the area: wild acacia, teak, olive, tambotie, beech, ebony, seringa, mimosa and quince.
  • A few tentative catkins are appearing on the willow and there are several flowers already open on the Japanese quince.
  • The women are of the same hue as the men, says Strachey; "howbeit, it is supposed neither of them naturally borne so discolored; for Captain Smith (lyving sometymes amongst them) affirmeth how they are from the womb indifferent white, but as the men, so doe the women," "dye and disguise themselves into this tawny cowler, esteeming it the best beauty to be nearest such a kind of murrey as a sodden quince is of," as the Greek women colored their faces and the ancient Britain women dyed themselves with red; The Complete Project Gutenberg Writings of Charles Dudley Warner
  • the quincentennial celebration of the founding of the city
  • The spice bush (Lindera benzoin) and flowering quince (Rosaceae chaenomeles) are two flowering shrubs that will be blooming in March. undefined
  • There were mangoes and cherries and quinces and apples and apricots and almonds, and beyond the orchards there were thickets of tamarisk and casuarina as well as groves of mulberry trees belonging to the silk farmers.
  • Plants such as pyracantha and Japanese quince produce flowers and berries on branches more than 1 year old.
  • I believe both colors blend very well with the other things in bloom at the same time, flowering quince, primroses, emerging foliage of magic carpet spirea and the blue grape hyacinths. Daffodils 2010 « Fairegarden
  • Yucca, quince seed, balsam and yarrow are often added to natural styling gels, mousse and hair sprays for their thickening and emulsifying qualities.
  • After our walk we returned to our rooms to dress and then enjoyed a huge repast of fresh country bread, roast chicken, stewed carp, pike with quince cream, artichoke pie—a new vegetable from Italy—mallow salad, hard cheese, sack posset, cider, and canary wine. Exit the Actress
  • The quince has vanished from our kitchens, which is a pity - preserved and spiced quinces taste delicious with cold pork or turkey.
  • Place a brioche round to one side of a plate with a portion of quince compote on top.
  • There were mangoes and cherries and quinces and apples and apricots and almonds, and beyond the orchards there were thickets of tamarisk and casuarina as well as groves of mulberry trees belonging to the silk farmers.
  • Place the quince slices as well as the peels and cores into a large sauce pan.
  • Also in bloom or bud shown below are, from left to right, annual dianthus, Sheffield Pink mum, chaenomeles (flowering quince), white phlox subulata, erysimum (wallflower) and the yellow button mum. December Bloom Day-In And Out « Fairegarden
  • The fruit is sweet enough to eat fresh, though the texture is a lot like other quinces.
  • Formal beds, divided by paths, probably contained a mixture of fragrant herbs, flowers including honeysuckle and rose, and fruit trees such as mulberry and quince.

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