Cherry facts and general information about cherries.
Planned Kids Cooking Curriculum
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Cherries are Available:
The Bing cherry or the sweet cherry is available late spring while
the sour cherry is available in June-July.
How do Cherries Grow:
Cherries grow on trees like apples or plums.
What to Look for When Buying Cherries:
Buy cherries that are dark in color and plump. For sour cherries
they should be a true red color. The stems should be attached and
avoid any with brown spots.
Cherry Facts- Storage Tips:
Store in fridge. But do not wash before storing. Wash before using.
How to Cook Cherries:
Pit Cherries with a cherry pitter, paper clip or safety pin. Eat as
is, add to fruit salads, sauces or toppings.
Cherry Nutrition Facts:
Cherries are high in antioxidants, a great source of beta carotene,
Vitamin C and Vitamin E.
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Cherry Pancakes or Crepes
Prepare your favorite crepes or pancake recipe.
1/4 Cup sugar
1 Cup sour cream
1 jar canned sour cherries, or 2-3 Cups fresh pitted cherries mixed
with 3/4 Cup-1 Cup sugar
Mix together sugar and sour cream until sugar is dissolved. Set
For Crepes: Set one crepe
on a board, put a row of cherries across the crepe, in the lower
1/4th. Roll the crepe from the bottom over the cherries and to the
top. Drizzle with sugar/sour cream mixture.
For Pancakes: Top
pancakes with cherries and drizzle sour cream mixture over top.
Submitted by one of our readers.
It's really not coke, but its cherry mushed up or "cherry
Just smash up or squeeze out cherry juice from cherries! Yum,
they taste delicious and drink. Some people don't like MUNCHING
on them, so they can drink them. That's what I do.
So instead of calling it Cherry Juice, I add the "coke" in it
just to liven things up and trick people when they ask for a
They ask for a drink and i say, "How about some cherry coke?" I
come back with cherry juice and they look at me as if I'm weird
because that's not what they intended!
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