Bartlett pear

This large bell-shaped fruit has a smooth, yellow-green skin that is sometimes blushed with red. The Bartlett’s flesh is sweet and juicy. It’s generally available from late July through October and is delicious either cooked or raw. Developed in 18th-century England, it was introduced to America by Dorchester, Massachusetts, resident Enoch Bartlett. See also pear.



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