Simply ripe: cherry recipes

By Lauraine Jacobs In Recipes

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13th December, 2012
Cherries are grown in Nelson, Marlborough and, of course, Central Otago, and this region’s large crop is exported around the world. Cherries go well in both sweet and savoury dishes. ‘I immediately think  “duck” when I see  fresh cherries, and if I want a sweet dish, some form of chocolate makes the perfect partner,’ says Lauraine Jacobs. When cooking with cherries, it is worth removing the stones. Cutting each cherry in half is quite a task, but a cherry stoner can make the job easier. ...

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