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Looks Delicious! Roasted Cinnamon Pear Bruschetta

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Tasty Kitchen Blog: Looks Delicious! (Roasted Cinnamon Pear Bruschetta, submitted by TK member Jessica of How Sweet It Is)

This recipe, submitted by Tasty Kitchen member HowSweetEats, caught my eye for many reasons. The roasted cinnamon pears. The mascarpone. The word “bruschetta,” which only evokes lovely thoughts for me. This would be such a winning appetizer for a holiday party!

Thank you, Jessica!

Check out Jessica’s food blog, How Sweet It Is. So lovely!



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MegSmith on 10.21.2010

Wow these sound really fantastic! I make a version of this with asparagus, goat cheese, and honey that is seriously delicious (see my blog to get recipe!). I can’t get enough of that tangy cheese flavor, and sweet honey so I bet these are just amazing.

linds on 10.6.2010

I can’t find the recipe, it’s going to a recipe search page…

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satinswan on 10.6.2010

I’ve been getting a 404 error when I try to go to the recipe :(

Amanda on 10.5.2010

I made this tonight – it was fabulous! I substituted apples for the pears – didn’t realize the pears I picked up this weekend had gone bad…still delicious! Definitely making this for a side at Thanksgiving.

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jennyb23 on 10.4.2010

Can you provide an estimate of how much pear was used for this recipe? I’ve just peeled, cored, and chopped about 10 cups of sand pears from my yard and would love to try this out with some of them! Thanks!

Mrs.k228 on 10.4.2010

Fabulous! I made this tonight…I doubled the recipe and it fed 6, just an FYI. My family wants this for thanksgiving……everyone must try this!

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kaycarrasco on 10.3.2010

@becca60: Ohhhh, my dear, this place is a treasure trove of good recipes! I’m a much better–and braver!–cook now, for having tried many things I would never have thought to. Hang around, I predict you’ll love this place.

How to find time to cook when working full time? Well, there’s week night meals and there’s week end meals, for starters. :) I’m only cooking for hubby and myself now, so I’m sure it’s easier than y’all with families. But the most critical things are: 1. Plan well, shop to the plan, and keep a good pantry. 2. Be clever with leftovers, which gets a lot of the main cooking out of the way (for example, I’ll cook a pork tenderloin and get 2 or 3 meals out of it). 3. Every meal doesn’t have to be spectacular–nothing wrong with quick and simple, as long as it’s nutricious and appealing. 4. Finally, look at a *lot* of recipes; you won’t try them all, but they will help so much to spark your imagination and enable you to freshen up old recipes you’ve grown tired of.

Melanie on 10.3.2010

We have a Cinnamon Pear balsamic at my work that would make this over the top good! Can’t wait to try it….

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becca60 on 10.3.2010

How do any of you find time to cook while working fulltime?

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becca60 on 10.3.2010

new here….is there a lot o good recipes?

HipMomma on 10.3.2010

I do a version of this… I grind up lavender with sugar and put it on wedges of peaches and figs… let them sit for 10 minutes in a bowl. Put the fruit on skewers and grill. I also grill my french bread after brushing with olive oil. Spread the honey-marscapone on the bread and place fruit on top. Drizzle leftover liquid from the lavender-sugar-fruit juice left in the bowl.

It’s always the first thing to be devoured where ever I take it.

Chris in Oregon on 10.3.2010

I went to an Oktoberfest party last night and made these to take. They were fantastic! Everyone thought so. Make these!

Kia on 10.2.2010

Sounds delicious, I’m always looking for new things to satisfy my late-night-sweet-tooth!

alice on 10.2.2010

These caught my eye too!

Cheryl on 10.2.2010

Such an interesting combination.

Tabitha (FromSingletoMarried) on 10.2.2010

Love Jessica’s recipes (and blog too)

nikki on 10.2.2010

I check Jessicas blog everyday, she has so many good ideas. This sounds unusually delicious.