Beurré d' Anjou et la Vanille
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Yes, Our Pear Vanilla Jam is back by popular demand, mostly with thanks to Joy and Oh Joy Eats. Buttery Anjou Pears from Oregon, which hold their firm texture, are stemmed, cored, cut and combined with Madagascar Vanilla Beans. This is a rich and deeply luxurious jam which makes for a nice brace against January's cold.
Anjou pears are thought to have originated in Belgium, and they are named after the Anjou region in France. The variety was introduced to England early in the 19th century. Called Beurré d' Anjou, they were introduced to America in about 1842. The name has been shortened simply to "Anjou." These are some of our favorite pears for jam-making as they hold onto just enough of their crunch, despite the cooking process.