This simple dish depends on high-quality ingredients. Almost any flavor of preserves will work, though fig is divine. And while either Bartlett or Comice pears work with the flavors of the recipe, you'll be in for a special treat if you use Comice.
Cooking Light OCTOBER 2001
Toss pears with juice. Thinly slice pear halves, cutting to but not through, the stem ends. Fan each pear half. Place on a platter. Sprinkle 2 tablespoons cheese on each pear half; dollop each with 1 tablespoon preserves.
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