Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Yesterday in late evening, Prince picked the above two bowls of cherries.
The rain has helped to make them big and juicy. You can see how big they are in comparison to the table spoon below.

These are the trees, it has been too wet for Prince to get the tractor on the hillside so no comments about the weeds and grass, Please and Thank You.
More to be picked. Mimi and I have already made two dozen jars of cherry preserves and I am thinking about making Cherry Cobblers and giving them away.
Puppy will crank the cherry piter and we will freeze those Prince picked last evening.
The kitty justice is the weather has been good for the cherry trees.

6 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Wow--those trees are FULL of cherries... I love those things... I could just sit and eat them just like they are... BUT--cherry preserves and cobbler sounds great also.

Hugs,
Betsy

Changes in the wind said...

Never had a cherry directly from the tree but think they must be wonderful.

Lady Di Tn said...

Betsy
Yes the weather has been nice to the cherry crop. The next berry to appear will be the raspberries and then blackberries. I ate one as soon as Prince brought them inside and got juice down the front of my shirt. If you plan to sit and eat them be sure to wear an old shirt.Peace

Monica
These are tart cherries so they make good preserves and are really good to cook with but make you pucker up to eat them right off the tree. Peace

Merle said...

Dear Dianne ~~ What beautiful cherries. And you and Mimi have been busy. Aren't freezers great to keep food so much longer.
Thank you for your comments on my last post. And yes I am determined Tto walk again unaided and thank you for your encouragement my friend.
You are truly appreciated. I wish you
the most of every day also Dianne.
Take care, Much love, Merle.

mississippi artist said...

I love cherries, but I don't think they would grow well here. You sure have a beautiful crop.

Lola said...

I know I'm behind with commenting but just ran across your blog.
Love those little red things. Mouth pucker or not.
I had a tree at our place in N.C. that was jut beginning to produce. Good but was pie kind.
Sure wish I could grow them here in my 8b zone.