Somehow picking cherries yourself adds to how sweet they taste..some varieties all most finished here in our valley... @.50 cents a lb..they are a sweet bargain...toss them gently into a pan with some water, a bit of sugar and lemon juice..cook just for a few minutes until they are tender...this way
you are able to keep their luscious flavor longer...spooned over ice cream or yogurt, it tastes good any time of the day.❤


Deborah said...

Photos look great, the cherries are making me hungry! have a happy evening sweetie

Bee happy x
Have a delicious day!

koralee said...

Great idea my sweet friend....I just finished off the last of the okanagan cherries...onto the apricots. Have a fun filled day. I am in my!!! Reorganizing...I love doing is a bit chilly and overcast today ..a perfect day to do this kind of work. xoxoox

Jamie said...

Oh, I love Ranier's!

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Yum! You really were cooking some up. Cherry season must be done here as hubby hasn't been bringing any home from the grocery store lately.

I love Helen's crocheted bag -- but my sewing skills are severely lacking. Pretty much non-existent to be exact. I tried to do a lining before when I crocheted bags for two of my best friends. I filled the bags with gifts and told them not to look too closely at the lining. :)

Have a great day. Tammy

Suzanne@Meridian Road said...

Yum! I'll have to try that!