Seasonal Fruits & Vegetables

Bosc Pear

Three Springs Fruit Farm

 of the European pear, originally from France or Belgium. The name Bosc is given after a French horticulturist named Louis Bosc, and "Beurré" means "buttery," referring to the fruit's soft, juicy texture. Famous for its warm cinnamon color, the Bosc pear is often used in drawings, paintings, and photography due to its shape. Its white flesh is denser, crisper, and smoother than that of the 'Williams' or 'D'Anjou' pear. It is suitable to be used in poaching.

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