Bosc: While there is dispute over where the Bosc developed, Belgium or France, it debuted in the U.S. on the east coast in 1832. An elongated neck, and brownish russeted skin makes its appearance unique. The Bosc has firm, dense flesh and is great for baking, cooking and eating fresh.
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