Archive | Cherries


Savor the Cherries (newsletter)

Mary Margaret is always good about bringing in her Bon Appetit magazine each month.  We all google over the photos, and dream of making all of the recipes in the magazine.  This month they have a “Cherry-O!” feature.  These two are definitely eye catchers: Roasted Buttered Cherries Pork Loin with Cherry Vinaigrette If you ever […]

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The Ease of Cherry Pitting

Cherry pitting can be a laborious task.  But it’s totally worth it when you eat your most recent cherry creation! For pitting tart/pie cherries, Mary Margaret recommends pitting them a quart at a time.  Keep your cherries in the fridge until you are ready to use them.  Fill a bowl with ice and cold water. […]

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Mother Nature & Cherries

Cherries are a tricky crop to grow and manage.  They are unpredictable almost and certainly in the hands of Mother Nature.  But let’s face it:  no matter how big or small the harvest may be, we still love cherries, and want to harvest them to bring to market. Cherries bloom early in the spring – […]

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June 2009 Newsletter – Cherries and More

          Farm News ****************************************************************************** June 2009   2009 Farmers Market Schedule Tuesday Fairfax – Van Dyck Park on Old Lee Highway May 5 – October 27 8:00 AM – Noon Wednesday Oakton at the Oak Marr RECenter May 6 – November 18 8:00 AM – Noon Wednesday Annandale – Wakefield Park, Braddock Rd. May 6 – October 28 […]

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