Fruit preserves help us enjoy the brightness of summer all year round, and they shouldn’t be reserved just for toast. Vermont Quince Company’s quince preserves can be used to create a delicious glaze that adds vibrant flavors to meat dishes and also pairs nicely with the earthiness of root vegetable sides. Prep your favorite cut of chicken and place it in a buttered baking dish surrounded by some sliced red onions to bake at 350 degrees for about twenty minutes or so. Meanwhile, prepare your glaze: in a saucepan, add a couple tablespoons of quince preserves or quince paste, a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, a cup of chicken stock and a pinch or two of dried rosemary. Let that simmer for about ten minutes, stirring frequently. Bring the chicken out and brush your glaze over the chicken and then pour the remainder all around the pan. Continue cooking for a half hour or so until the chicken is cooked through. Serve with braised cabbage and roasted beets.