Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
These cherry vanilla preserves are one of the very best uses of dark, sweet cherries. In fact, they are my husband's favorite preserve. Try this as a tart filling or a topping for cheesecake - Yum!
A tangy shrub is the perfect way to savor the last days of summer.
These spicy refrigerator pickled cherries are so easy to make and lend themselves perfectly to a sweet & sour twist of the timeless cocktail, a Manhattan. Post includes recipes for both!
Blue Ribbon Bing Cherry Jam, with a whiff of almond.
Cherry jam recipe, plus links to brandied cherries, cherry almond mini muffins and pickled cherries.
post includes: recipe for pickled cherries, mention of Marisa's Food in Jars book and home canning tips and guidelines.
Yellow and brown mustard seeds are combined with cider vinegar, honey, bing cherries and port wine to make a flavorful mustard.
A sauce made from stone fruit and wine that's just as good drizzled on savory dishes as it is on ice cream.
Sweet and tangy fresh Bing Cherry jam. Instead of eating the whole bowl at once, can a few jars and enjoy them this winter as well!
Spicy and sweet pickled cherries are the natural accompaniment to barbecue or roasted pork. And the recipe, which uses fresh dark red Bing cherries and is made without canning, couldn't be easier.
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