Another name for the royal ann cherry.
From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Cherry season is in full swing in Washington, D.C., and this year the city is celebrating 100 years of its cherry blossom trees.
With more than 900 cherry varieties available around the world, there is no excuse not to dig into these sweet little morsels now that they're coming into season. At only 85 calories a cup, they're a healthy treat.
How to use up all those sweet cherries from your farmers' market while they're still in season.
Learn how to pick (and pit) cherries like a pro with this guide from Food Network Magazine.
Scoop up a basket of fresh, in-season cherries next time you're at the farmers market.
Cherry season has arrived! These babies are brimming with antioxidants including vitamins A and C, anthocyanin and quercitin. They’re also one of our favorite and mouthwatering warm weather fruit. Here are 5 fun ways to enjoy them.
You may think of drying, canning or jam making to preserve fresh fruit – how about soaking up some alcohol?
In addition to being sweet and juicy (or tart and mouthwatering, depending on the variety), cherries have a lot of health benefits as well. They’re rich in heart-healthy anthocyanins and potassium, plus sleep-promoting melatonin.
First things first, don't call a dish a "salad." Most kids don't like salad or the thought of a salad. Try something more fun like, "We're having a cherry tomato surprise!" Most kids like surprises.