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« on: April 27, 2010 08:10:44 PM »

So, wanting to celebrate my last day of school for this year, I decided to do a great simple dessert!  Grilled Pears with rum sauce!  So simple, but so good.

Ingredients
-  hon li pears (love these, they are less gritty than normal bartlett pears and have a higher sugar content!)  --> translates to fragrant pear.
-  two pinches of sugar
-  a glug of dark rum (I had chocolate infused dark rum...so good)

Add sliced pears to a rocket hot pan.  Grill them until brown on both cut sides.  Mix sugar and a glug of rum.  Take pears off heat, and add sauce to them.  Inhale with glee!  (The pears will absorb some of the sauce.)

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