There may not be any partridges in Mexican pear trees, but their fruit is perfect for a variety of celebratory dishes, and gets put to excellent culinary use in myriad regional specialties, from main dishes to desserts and even wine.
Brought to Mexico by the Spanish missionaries, pears were grown in the mission orchards of the cooler regions.
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