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Cherry

A British slang term for one pound. It is an example of Cockney rhyming slang.
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There is also an increase in other fruit trees such as cherries, sour cherries, plums and ginkgo, but unlike walnuts there is an economic logic to develop a business rather than to draw subsidies, for surely after the European support is stopped, these areas will be uprooted.
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.
"We then induce a secondary fermentation in the barrel with Brettanomyces plus sour cherries, raisins, cranberries, and figs, for a mildly acidic ale."
4 SOUR cherries, of which the Morello is the best know, range in colour from pale to an intense crimson.
It wasn't until I began my life as chef that I understood that cherry pie is supposed to be made with sour cherries, not the sweet ones we pop into our mouths like candy.
In sour cherries anthocyanins are considered as major group of phenolic compounds [8].
TEHRAN (FNA)- Albalou Polo (Persian Rice with Sour Cherries) is a tart and wonderfully delicious Iranian dish.
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.
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.
Ancient healers recommended sour cherries (Prunus cerasus L.) as a proven tool for promoting the health of the stomach and intestinal tract.