- A month ago, I was on a trip to Athens in Greece and I visited a Greek family for dinner. After dinner we were served various candied fruits and nuts including candied chestnuts (as far as I remember the chestnuts were boiled before being candied). They were delicious (chestnuts are delicious whatever you do with them). One of the fruits puzzled me for a while - it turned out to be quince (the Greek name is very close to the scientific name Cydonia)
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> Turkish name is KESTANE SEKERI
> Kestane means chesnut, seker means sugar
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