Scrimping and saving, ranting and raving. Past retirement age but still working, permanently knackered. Trying to manage on a reduced wage, looking forward to the next dream.
Jam or jelly.
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Assumin they are dessert Quinces, then theyare gorgeous! These are the large yellowy fruits. The scent is amazing.They aren't so great to eat on their own. They are wonderful cooked in with some apple (eg in an apple pie or similar). They also make a really lovely jelly. I love it on crumpets or toast, or rice pudding.I've also made quince vodka, which is really good too.(Ornamental quinces from Japonicas, which are small things like crab apples, can also be cooked and are good...but they aren't as delicately flavoured as proper quinces.
i was going to suggest a look at quince tree blog as wellhope they are nicetessa
Have you tried cutting the damned things up yet, I now give mine away on freecycle. I had to use an axe with the last lot
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