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Made this with Vanilla rum and served over vanilla ice cream. Simply wonderful.

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drhennigan November 09, 2014

I'm not quite sure how to rate this, as five stars doesn't seem to be enough! Let me just say that I just observed the DH doing something he NEVER does... Caught him standing by the stove, spooning up the left over sauce and groaning "this is soooo gooooood"! Followed the instructions exactly, except had to use dark sugar cones (dulce de tapa or piloncillo) because brown sugar isn't available here. Thank you so much for posting! PS: it looks much better in person - as the pears were not terribly photogenic. Or maybe it was just my photography skills, LOL!

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Jostlori November 01, 2012

Just amazing. Served them to guests with ice cream and everyone wanted seconds.

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Food Pundit March 17, 2006

I was sceptical about this one (coffee and pears?-never heard of that before) but it was delicious.Used Conferance pears and cut a bit of the sugar (every little bit helps!) Served with Greek yoghurt. Thank you so much for posting this one Lene. A lovely rich pudding that didn't leave me feeling deprived.

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Bromleygirl February 02, 2006

I made these with brandy instead, and we loved them. They had virtually no calories, and were the perfect healthy dessert!

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MissHermes October 07, 2005
Blue Mountain Coffee Rum Poached Pears