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?
Sweet pickled cherries are a versatile treat. Enjoy them just out of the jar, on salads, or in savory sauces. They would also make a nice gift or condiment for the holidays.
Cherry Pickles: cherries, cloves, lemon, spice and red wine vinegar make perfect pickles.
Who doesn't like pickled food? These pickled Rainier cherries and sweet, tart and super awesome.
Spanish style pickled cherries, perfect for tapas and antipasti platters and just plain sharing!
You can make homemade pickled cherries using this super easy recipe - no canner or canning experience required! Then, use the cherry pits to make a simple, but tasty liqueur!
Why are children's cough and cold medicines so often artificially cherry-flavored? For years, I assumed that cherries tasted medicinal and wretched. These pickles proved me wrong.
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!
post includes: recipe for pickled cherries, mention of Marisa's Food in Jars book and home canning tips and guidelines.
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.
Remember popping open a bottle of Cheerwine cherry soda on a hot summer day? Pickled cherry syrup makes a nostalgic base for a tasty grown-up summer cocktail.