With only a few quinces left on the tree, it seems as good a time as any to make a batch of quince jelly, something I haven't done for a few years. Don't get me wrong, this is a decent time investment, but the results are stunning.
I'm using a recipe from over here, but there are plenty to be found on the Internet. The best thing I can recommend is a proper 'jelly bag' made of wool to give you a clear jelly, but a tea towel or muslin can do the job.
I use the pot rack over my kitchen bench to drain the fruit (with the tub stacked on some old uni books); I just have to keep Bella distracted for a few hours. Once drained enough I'm putting the juice in the fridge and will make the jelly on Friday.