My husband and I recently bought a house in Greensboro, North Carolina. It is a bit of a fixer upper, but we love it. One unexpected joy in moving into our new home was discovering that we have a pear tree. Growing up, my grandmother had apple trees in her yard and I remember getting so excited when they were ripe and ready for the taking. We have already given away and/or eaten 50+ pears and there are still tons on the tree.
In efforts to use some of them up, I decided to make pear sauce (think apple sauce but with pears). It turned out great. My 10 month old especially loves it.
Slow Cooker Pear Sauce
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