Pears. They’re in season. Pears. It’s what to eat. Pears. They’re the pear-y-est!
It’s autumn. Yes I admit it. I cannot deny it. There’s no hiding from it. And to mourn the fact that it is no longer summer… er, um, I mean to celebrate the fact that it is now cold and there is a distinct possibility of snow, I have made a fantastic warm-me-up dessert. Poached Pear Crisp. Sweet Bosk pears, simmered in a mixture of spices and then baked on the grill with crunchy oats and brown sugar. So delicious. So… autumn.
I was inspired by a photograph on Pinterest when I contemplated this recipe. I started with research into poached pears. I would have just grabbed the common Bartlet pear for this recipe. But thanks to the author and blogger David Lebovitz, who explained in delicious detail, how to properly poach a pear for the best results I chose Bosk. Thus informed and inspired I set out to make a delicious fall dessert. Something that would warm me up and make me smile even though the weather has turned cold. Tell us about your favourite fall dessert in the comments section below!
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