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Skinnygirl Prosecco is the perfect drink to add to cocktails to keep them low-calorie but flavorful. The bubbles add a festive spark and there's something delicious about the taste of fizzing cherries in this Cherry Spalsh recipe!
Your SoCo drinks will never taste the same, thanks to the newest cherry-infused Southern Comfort Bold Black Cherry spirit, plus orange juice and lime soda. Click here for more cherry liquors and cocktail recipes.
A cherry-infused Manhattan? We're in. This riff on the Manhattan, made with Grand Marnier Cherry, was created by Jonathan Pogash — known as The Cocktail Guru — who has served as a beverage consultant for bars, restaurants, and spirit companies, and riffs on classic and tiki-inspired drinks. Click here for more cherry liquors and cocktail recipes.
Consider this the adult Shirley Temple, with a light edge!
Jazz up your traditional whiskey cocktails with a whiskey fizz, made with Cherry Reserve Kentucky Liqueur from Evan Williams. Click here for more cherry liquors and cocktail recipes.
Michigan is by far the largest cherry producer in the U.S., and while you may be more familiar with cherry pie, this cold cherry soup with Hungarian roots, gives a nod to the large Hungarian population in this state.View Recipe
Cherry-loving folks will rejoice when they see this on the brunch menu! If your group has a serious sweet tooth, consider serving this new brunch favorite. Keep in mind that if cherries are not in season, you can always use frozen ones!View Recipe
Cherries are divided into two categories: sweet cherries and tart cherries. Sweet cherries are far more popular and are the type of cherry that people eat uncooked. Tart cherries are best in cooked applications, and in this case, are also great for making liqueur. I used a tart cherry liqueur from Leopold Brothers, a Denver-based distillery that specializes in making this delicious concoction, in a simple classic dessert: a sundae.
Summer's produce brings us many beautiful things — from zucchini and corn to ripe and vibrant tomatoes. Another thing you'll find during the summer are fresh cherries, and this is a sweet way to put them to good use. You won't want to enjoy vanilla ice cream without this sauce after trying it.
I first came across pickled cherries at a restaurant in New York City last year and have been curious to experiment with making them at home ever since. Enjoy these on their own, in a fresh summer salad, or muddled in a cool gin cocktail.Click here to see more pickling recipes and tips. View Recipe
Clafoutis follows the model of every simple European housewife’s dessert: Make a batter, pour it over some fruit, and bake. Cherry is the best, I think. A little kirsch accentuates the flavor of the cherries.
Believe it or not, you don’t need a special gadget to pit cherries. Using a sharp paring knife, cut each cherry in half around the pit and remove the pit. Work over a bowl to catch all the precious juice! How much lime juice you add will depend on how sweet your cherries are, so taste as you go.