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Pears, Pears, Pears by Shannon G. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 6:23pm Anybody get that? (motley crue. not sure why songs always pop into my head when coming up with titles. we'll just go with it!) This week's BSI (Pears) was chosen by Erica over at Itzy's Kitchen. While I've made some things recently with pears ( Sausage w/Lentils and Sauteed Pears and Fall Harvest Butter ), I picked up another one at the stor ... Read on »
Turkey, Caramelized Pear and Blue Cheese Paninis with Pear Salad by Ashlee Wetherington Patient Expert Posted Thu 23 Apr 2009 5:28pm For dinner tonight, I am knocking out 2 SuperFoods, Pear and Skinless Turkey Breast. I decided to make paninis because I love caramelized pear on sandwiches. I had a turkey tenderloin in the freezer, so rather than get deli shaved turkey, I roasted the turkey loin in the oven and it was super moist and delicious. I usually serve sandwic ... Read on »
Millions of Pears, Pear Turnovers for Us! by KohlerCreated Posted Fri 15 Oct 2010 9:47am When Rachael, aka La Fuji Mama , posted this recipe for Jarlsberg Cheese and Asian Pear Turnovers , I knew I had to make them. We still have a mountain of Kieffer pears from Neil’s parents and have been looking for a way to eat them other than plain. Our busy week ironically made the timing perfect. We were in the store re-stocking our l ... Read on »
Recipe #292: Cherry, Apple, & Pear Tart (Made with Asian & Bosc Pears) by Corey I. Patient Expert Posted Wed 19 Oct 2011 1:27am This tart's got a balance of both sweet and tart flavors (pun intended!), just as a fruit tart should. As it bakes in the oven, the fruit will caramelize and become deeply infused with all of the spices, thereby intensifying the flavor of all of the ingredients and making your whole house smell good. :) The filling becomes a delectable ooze of so ... Read on »
Plethora of Pears? Try this Cranberry-Ginger Pear Crumble Recipe by The Fit Fork Posted Fri 01 Feb 2013 8:13pm When you have a plethora of pears that won’t last until the morning, make pear cobbler. It’s that whole lemon-lemonade philosophy! I came into a large windfall of sliced red pears that didn’t get used in a recent cooking demonstration … Continue reading → Read on »
Pear Sports: Pear Mobile Review by Christy G. Facebook Posted Tue 11 Mar 2014 6:38am I was given the opportunity to try out recently through Fitfluential.  What is Pear Mobile you ask?  It's a fitness tracking tool with real time coaching to help push you through your workout. It works with both iPhone and Android. They have hundreds of workouts to choose from or you can choose to use the free form workout mode.  Whe ... Read on »
Getting Fit with the Pear Sports System #PearProof by comebackmomma Posted Sat 15 Mar 2014 2:31pm   It seems like a new fitness tracker is popping up every week. How do you know which one to choose? I was asked to give the a try for a FitFluential campaign. So far, I really like it. Unlike many other products that just track steps and movement, the Pear Sports System tracks your activities and calorie burn with the use of ... Read on »
Health in Pears by Niyaprakash Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:45pm One medium pear provides 6 grams of dietary fiber, of which 41% is pectin. Fresh pears are packed with potassium, enjoy one before or after a workout! The following information is based on USDA Nutrition Facts for one pear serving - a medium-size pear weighing 166 grams or about the size of an average adult ... Read on »
Pear Pressure! Healthy Dessert Recipes for Poached Pears and More! by The Fit Fork Posted Mon 06 Jan 2014 8:24am Fruit for dessert, when I was a kid I thought this was a fate worse than cleaning my room on a Saturday. Sheez, if I finished my meatloaf and polished off the peas, I deserved a GOOD reward, something sickly … Continue reading → Read on »
The Health Benefits of Pears by Jan Posted Fri 18 Jun 2010 12:00am Pere by Sabian on Pears provide a very good source of fiber and are also a good source of vitamin B2, C, E, copper, and potassium. They also contain a significant amount of pectin, which is a water soluble fiber. Pears are actually higher in pectin than apples. This makes them effective in helping to lower ... Read on »