4 comments on “Waste Not Want Not OR Spiced Pear Butter

  1. This looks divine! Has me salivating down here in Sydney. It’s currently 27 degrees here (that’s about 81 degrees F, I think?) We’re having a BBQ tonight. Why don’t you bring the pear butter and we’ll supply the sunshine!

  2. Oh I love pear butter! I was given a big batch of Asian pears from someone’s tree last year and am still enjoying the butter from that! The Asian pears are more like apples really. I’m glad I found your blog and will be looking around. My Jason used to live in a very small town in Alaska when he was a child and he has some wonderful and scary stories. How long have you lived there?

  3. Thanks for stopping by, delicio8. Pear butter on pancakes, waffles or French toast has become a new tradition for us on weekends this year. We’ve been in Alaska for almost two years now and love it up here. We first came up for a long summer vacation three years ago, fell in love with this state, and the very next year made the move. We feel that one of the great untold secrets about Alaska is the incredible food experiences available here. There is the local seafood, of course: crabs, shrimp, oysters, scallops, clams, salmon many and other species of fish – all products of Alaska’s clean, cold seas. Wonderful berries, and a variety of game meats make for unique opportunities for self-harvest and barter. There are some excellent craft beers up here as well!

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