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Cherry

A British slang term for one pound. It is an example of Cockney rhyming slang.
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At the very end, add the sour cherries and/or redcurrants and switch off the heat.
With sweet and sour cherries, the tempting taste of the Cherry & Crisp Slices means they can be suitably served either as an afternoon snack or a delectable dessert.
Indeed many great barolos are described as tasting of sour cherries - so be warned, they can be an acquired taste.
Resembling coriander seeds, Mahlab seeds are taken from the cracked cherry pits and dried, the flavour a blend of sour cherries and bitter almonds.
Ancient healers recommended sour cherries (Prunus cerasus L.
The finding that sour cherries (Prunus cerasus L) (also called tart cherries) contain high levels of anthocyanins that possess strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties has attracted much attention to this species.
The largest reduction was observed in the area of sour cherries, whose production has declined by almost 60%.
The local rock band is teaming up with 2 Towns Ciderhouse in Corvallis on the new beverage, a hard apple cider fermented with sour cherries, now available at Market of Choice, Capella, Sundance, The Kiva and a few other local establishments.
Compared to last year, the price of peppers, beans, cherries, sour cherries, lemons and bananas have increased too.
The five entries are Raspberry, Strawberry, Mango, Tropical Fruit and Fruit Berries (a mixture of sour cherries, red and black currants, strawberries, blackberries and blueberries).
Fishnah Kebab is another popular dish here and consists of a grilled kebab dish topped with wild sour cherries and french bread.
Both sweet and sour cherries derived from the wild cherry, which originated around 70 B.