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Old 18-03-2006, 4:03 PM
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Hi everyone, bought pears two weeks ago and they didn't last five minutes kids loved them, bought them again this week and they wont even look at them what can i do with them? (the pears not the kids)
would like to make it known it is not a DHN, she's dancing

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Old 18-03-2006, 4:27 PM
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Hi zubezube,

Some of the ideas on this older thread might help you:

Ripe Pear/apple recipes?


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Old 18-03-2006, 4:31 PM
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thanks very much pink-winged had tried a search but came up with nothing,going to try the fruit cobbler nice and simple. thanks again
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