Roasted Pear Blintzes

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Appears in
Jewish Holiday Cooking

By Jayne Cohen

Published 2008

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At the market, I look past the shiny Anjous and Bartletts, a provocative swirl of green, yellow, and fall reds nestled in tissue paper slips to the rough-skinned Boscs. I know they are a Cinderella fruit: pare away the dowdy, rusted skin, and the ivory flesh roasts up buttery soft, perfumed, and intensely sweet. Pureed, they need only a touch of sugar and spice to become a sophisticated blintz filling.