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May 26, 2009


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Wow...are those sweet or sour cherries? My parents had this awesome sour cherry tree in their backyard, but sadly it was lost in a storm.

Moe Rubenzahl

They're sweet cherries. When the tree was new, I would wait until they get dark -- but they never really do and the birds get EVERYthing!!

Carolyn Jung

We have pesky squirrels, too. The first year I grew tomatoes, I had three plants in the ground. Guess how many tomatoes we ended up with? A big fat TWO! Squirrels ate the rest. Ugh!

So what will you make with your glorious cherries? Or will you just enjoy them fresh out of hand?

keith carlsen

We had a cherry tree in the back yard when I was a kid, but I don't remember having a single cherry (deer!!).

Glenn Fuller

You need to take a pass at a Clafoutis! If you do, let me know how you make out. I've been working on a variation for Peach season in NC. So far my have been between a custard and a soufflé. I want to get a little crispy added to it.


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