are the quintessential British fruit and right now they are at their absolute best.
The farmers are now demanding that the government should provide support either by providing market for cherry crop or they should make arrangements for transportation of cherries
across different states of the country, where they can get better remunerative prices.
A portion of 14 cherries
counts as one of your five-a-day, contributing to a balanced diet of plenty of fruit and vegetables (if you value your teeth, make sure you CHERRY take the cherry stones out first).
The anti-inflammatory effect of cherries
helps keep your body healthy; but what's more, cherries
rank lower than many fruits on the glycemic index.
A good source of polyphenols, powerful plant compounds which include anthocyanins, cherries
have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
A useful--and surprising--clue to the change in the symbolic meaning of cherries
may be found in the once silver-bright form of a 600-year old badge (Fig.
The colossal cherries
are handpicked from family-owned farms in the Pacific Northwest and then infused with premium spirits (6 percent Alcohol by Volume).
to me mean a little sexy which is kind of interesting because when I started, I had a song called 'I Kissed a Girl' and in the line it says, 'The taste of your cherry chapstick,' so I guess we've gone from cherry chapstick to cherry pie,' Perry said in an interview with Buzzfeed Tasty.
are also one of the few food sources of the hormone melatonin, which regulates sleep patterns.
are in abundance at the moment and UK cherry growers predict that around 5,500 tonnes of the fruit will be produced this summer.
Take 2 cups of dried cherries
and pour boiling water over them.