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Cherry

A British slang term for one pound. It is an example of Cockney rhyming slang.
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99 or three for pounds 15) is a well-structured, fruity red from Argentina, full of sweet cherry and spice balanced with soft tannins, that goes well with burgers and steaks.
Courgettes prepared this way work really well with pasta - penne pasta cooked with a little cream garlic and parmesan cheese or a simple spaghetti with sweet cherry tomatoes and marjoram.
That means consumers can expect to see plenty of terrific fresh Bing, Rainier and other sweet cherry varieties during the next month.
Risotto sauces, a recent launch, are going well, while the growth of Italian breads has boosted sales of antipasti products such as peperonata and sweet cherry tomatoes, Blampied says.
A homemade and handbaked snack to eat on the go or enjoyed over coffee with friends, and with over 30 fabulous flavours from the best selling Choloholic, the ever popular Coffee Walnut, and the deliciously sweet Cherry Bakewell, Devonvale flapjacks are second to none.
Two ranges have been designed with fashion-conscious girls in mind for autumn 03 - Sweet Cherry Barbie (below) for pre-school girls, which includes a colouring case filled with crayons, neon paints and pencils (pounds 7.
The first ones on the market should keep most kinds of sweet cherry trees at less than half the size of those on standard rootstocks, such as 'Mazzard'.
Today, the United States is a world leader in sweet cherry production with more than 70 percent coming from Northwest Cherry Growers.
According to the results of a study conducted by researchers at the USDA-Agricultural Research Service Western Human Nutrition Research Center sweet cherry consumption may "reduce risk or modify the severity of inflammatory diseases such as arthritis, diabetes, CVD, blood pressure and cancer.
Light and easy to drink, it's a luscious mouthful of sweet cherry with savoury notes on the finish, with mild tannins.
Urban Malbec 2008 is a well-structured, fruity red from Argentina, full of sweet cherry and spice balanced with soft tannins, that goes well with burgers and steaks.