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Join Date: January 18th, 2005
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Bumper Cherry Crop

I have 2 trees, and an INSANE amount of cherries this year. If anyone in the WNY area wants some, PLEASE let me know, and I'd be happy to oblige.


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Damn, I wish I lived closer. I'd take those off your hands.

I bought a cherry pitter recently and that has been such a little time-saver. Worth the twenty bucks.

What you need is some brandy so you can make brandied cherries which are unbelievably good on ice cream. *hic*

But seriously, some food banks will send a work crew to harvest fresh fruit. You might want to check that out.
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Ah! Excellent suggestion.

They literally look like grape vines this year. I went around the bottom branches on one tree, and got enough cherries for everyone on the block.
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Love cherries. We make our own cherry jam. It's a good seller for us during the summer.
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Kevin, we have apple trees that are going nuts because of the mild winters we've had the last three years. Last year hubby had to cut down a few branches that broke under the weight of the apples.

We also grow red currants and our plants are very, very productive. That's a great fruit bush to grow for making jellies and they make an amazing sauce to serve with ham. If you're into selling at farmer's markets they sell for about $5 a pint -- and -- they're not easy to find.
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Oh how I envy you.

If only cherries would grow in my part of Southern California.
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Mannn, I wish I was closer!

My secret indulgence is cherries dipped into whipped chocolate frosting...mmmmmmm
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Michigan has a bumper, too! Our neighbor (who has the tree) invited my 7 year old over to pick'em while there good. He came home with a huge bag.

The brandy trick sounds like something I'm gonna try.
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