The Balsamic vinegar from these Pickled Cherries takes on a sweet cherry flavor and makes a tasty vinaigrette to drizzle over grilled pork tenderloin. The cherries are perfect for snacking, eating in a salad, piled on top of brined & grilled pork chops or over a toasted baguette slice topped with goat cheese (my favorite!).
Buy them ready made or try pickling them yourself with some fresh cherries.
Balsamic Pickled Cherries
Try cooling down with one of these beauties. Easy to make and even easier to eat. Save them for the adults on those hot summer nights.
Omit the Amaretto for a kids version.
Cherry Amaretto Popsicles
This delicious recipe was created by Naramata blogger and Food & Wine Trails writer Elaine Davidson. It was inspired after a taste of the brand new line of artisan chocolate being created at Okanagan College’s Pastry and Culinary Arts Program! Featured as well in the recipe are our own CC Orchards Dried Cherries.
Give it a try. I’m sure you’ll love the cookies.
Link to the Recipe.
Biscotti are twice-baked cookies (or biscuits) originating in the Italian city of Prato. The biscuits are oblong-shaped, made dry and crunchy through cutting the loaf of dough while still hot and fresh from the first baking in the oven.
Created originally to survive long sea voyages with minimal spoilage by virtue of their low moisture content, eating them is usually associated with dunking them in espresso coffee. Whether you eat them As Is, dunk them in coffee, milk or wine, just enjoy.
Cherry Hazelnut Biscotti
Create and enjoy these delightful cherry brownies. For chocolate lovers, this super easy recipe makes the perfect treat for any occasion.
I LOVE these cookies. They just melt in your mouth. Once made, just store them in a cookie jar.
Ready to eat whenever!
Cherry Shortbread Recipe
An easy, Make Ahead recipe for delicious personal pies.
Prep & Store in the fridge. Bake them just before you want to serve with ice-cream on top.
Cherry Hand Pies Recipe
An easy, Make Ahead recipe for delicious cookies. Rolled unbaked cookie dough may be frozen for up to 3 months. When ready to bake, cut the frozen dough into approx. 1/2″ disks and arrange on cookie sheet for about 12 minutes.
Substitute some Oats or Rice Krispies for more crunch !!!