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ALLIGATOR PEAR—A fruit found in the West Indies and Mexico, but can be bought at most of the fruit stores in season; the large green ones are the best; they are served the same as canteloupes, or sliced into a salad seasoned with pepper, salt and the juice of a lime.

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Culinary Handbook - "A"