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We rent a cherry tree in an orchard in Kent and this year's haul must be around 15 kilos. I've made two loads of jam; have given bags to neighbours, friends and family and have force fed my children and husband cherries 3 times a day for 3 days now...and am running out of ideas. We still have about 5 kilos sitting in the fridge and I have RSI from using the de-stoner!

Does anyone have any fabulous cherry recipes?
Hi Hourglass!!

wow I love cherries me :like: , I am in Kent too so have eaten some gorgeous ones lately lol, have you thought of making a cherry cheesecake?
I am aware pitting them would be a nightmare :confused: but if you can overcome that then I guess that's one idea lol!
5 kilos!!
if you are ever around Deal area please pop in and i'll buy some off you! :grin:

good luck :clover:

Angie
I'd freeze them if I were you, they will probably go squishy but then they would be easier to pit I should think. It would make a great sort of compote for porridge or ice cream. Otherwise, have a look on the BBC Good Food website, loads of ideas there. I love cherries too, me.
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