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Homemade Cherry Cobbler Ice Cream

Cherry Cobbler Ice Cream

Several weeks ago, I took a trip out to Michigan to visit a cherry farm, eat some cherries and create a my own ice cream flavor. It’s hard to say what the best part of the trip was, but as much as I love cherries, I would have to lean towards creating my own ice cream flavor – Apricot & Dulce De Leche Swirl, which ... Read More »

Homemade Cherry Popsicles

Cherry Popsicles

Bright red cherry popsicles were always my favorite when I was a kid. I loved their sweetness and they way that they dyed my lips and tongue bright red as I ate them. Over the years, I lost interest in having my tongue dyed bright red for hours at a time and I stopped eating the popsicles. It was just as well because a cherry ... Read More »

How to pit cherries without a cherry pitter

Pitted Cherries

When you are working with fresh cherries, it is necessary to remove their pits before you can safely put them into a recipe. There are traditionalists who say that you get more flavor when you cook the cherries with the pits still inside (“traditional” cherry clafouti are notorious for this), but anyone who has unexpectedly chomped down on a cherry pit in a pie or ... Read More »

No Churn Cherry Garcia Ice Cream

No Churn Cherry Garcia Ice Cream

No churn ice cream is the way to go when you want to make ice cream in a hurry but don’t have an ice cream maker. The base is made with sweetened condensed milk and lightened with whipped cream, which gives the finished ice cream a texture that is similar to that of regular ice cream with a lot less work. You can also add ... Read More »

Sweet Cherries vs Tart Cherries in Baking

Sweet Cherries

There are two main types of cherries out there: sweet cherries and tart cherries. Sweet cherries, or dark cherries, have a much sweeter flavor and are the type of cherries that you’ll see sold in bulk for eating out of hand. Bing, rainier and sweetheart are just of the more common varieties of sweet cherries out there. Tart cherries have a sharp, tart flavor and ... Read More »

Picking Cherries and Creating State-Inspired Ice Cream

Nicole with a Cherry Martini

When you’re in the supermarket walking down the ice cream aisle, you’re probably tempted by at least a few of the many ice cream flavors that are out there. Do you ever stop to wonder where the ice cream that you’re tasting comes from? I never spent much time thinking about it, although there are enough food shows out there that give you a behind-the-scenes ... Read More »

Cherry and Peach Cobbler

Cherry and Peach Cobbler

The next time you set out to make a fruit cobbler, don’t limit yourself to one type of fruit. Mixing and matching fruits can make for a cobbler that is even more delicious than usual because you get multiple flavors each time you take a bite. I often bake both cherry cobblers and peach cobbers during the summer when these fruits are super sweet and ... Read More »

Very Cherry Almond Muffins

Very Cherry Almond Muffins

There are many bland cakes, cookies and muffins out there that look picture perfect. And it is always disappointing when that flawless look doesn’t have the flavor to back up that first impression. Then there are other dishes that don’t look too appealing, but deliver a lot of flavor and you go back for more regardless of what it looks like. These Very Cherry Almond Muffins are  on ... Read More »

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