Door County Cherries

Door County Cherries


When I got approached by Lori from EatatBurp who is an awesome Milwaukee Foodie about the opportunity to get a bucket of fresh pitted and cleaned Door County Cherries from the Wisconsin Cherry Growers I of course said yes (all the hard cleaning work is done!!) The bucket you’re seeing in the picture had close to 30lbs of cherries in it! I froze three quarters (the top picture) and then used the remaining fresh for recipes and even borrowed a dehydrator from a coworker. I’m really excited to share all the recipes I’ve been making using this wonderful Wisconsin grown fruit. Stay tuned for recipes and definitely let me know any suggestions, I have a whole list started I’d love to add to.

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  • […] up a storm (literally, my kitchen looks like it has been hit) of different dishes containing fresh cherries, my wonderful husband asked if I could spare a tablespoon of cherries. With 30 lbs to go […]

  • […] I mean, who doesn’t, right? Well I have all these wonderful Cherries in my freezer from Door County Cherries and decided to make ice cream using the cherries and the homemade hot fudge I had just […]

  • […] still working my way through my freezer full of Door County Cherries which is A-Ok by me, because I get to make delicious muffins like these Sour Cherry Muffins! […]

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