Tag Archives: Cherries

Escalopes of Pork Tenderloin with Fresh Bing Cherry Sauce

Fresh cherries are in abundance!  Display cases at markets everywhere are filled to overflowing with luscious and plump black cherries, rose and yellow-hued Queen Annes and tiny brilliant red sour cherries… each one a delightful inspiration for the chef and the baker alike!  At this time of the year we tend to overindulge in one […]

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Cherry Clafoutis

Two canning seasons ago Dayton purchased a book entitled “Well-Preserved”  by Eugenia Bone when I became interested in the arts of home canning and food preservation, something both of our moms had done for years when we were youngsters.  Subtitled “Recipes and Techniques for Putting Up Small Batches of Seasonal Foods,”  Eugenia’s book  is a […]

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Brisket of Beef with Portabella Mushroom and Dried Cherry Sauce

On a chilly winter’s afternoon I can think of nothing more wonderful than the enticing aroma of a brisket slowly braising in the oven to be plattered and presented for a satisfying meal at the end of the day.  Brisket is a versatile and inexpensive boneless cut of meat that can be cooked in many ways.  Since it […]

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