It’s Full-On Cherry Season!

I love cherries. We’re in mid-season, and soon they will be gone for another year, so I felt I needed to mark the occasion with a quick snap taken outside my local greengrocer’sย  ๐Ÿ™‚

CherriesI’ve complained before about my disenchantment with Spanish fresh produce (you can read about it here), but cherries are a delightful exception.

 

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45 thoughts on “It’s Full-On Cherry Season!

      1. Anna

        I miss you guys!!!!! I found this one cafe that has decent wifi but they’re closing soon! And I spend all day long in the mountains or on horses…

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  1. The Wanderlust Gene

    Is that $3.80 a kilo? Oh, we can only dream! But I know what you mean, and even at three times the price, when they’re in season here (in Oz) I buy a handful at least to savour that essential cheeriness ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Jackie Cangro

    They look delicious! I think it will be a few more weeks before they’re in season around here.

    If I smother them in chocolate do they still count as a serving of fruit? ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. Karolyn Cooper

    I bought a punnet of cherries last night in Waitrose on Marylebone High Street. Just checked – and yes, they are Spanish. Please pass on the gratitude of Londoners to Spanish cherry growers.

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  4. linnetmoss

    Mouthwatering! I can never resist the “Rainier” cherries, which are more expensive than regular ones and have a lovely mix of yellow and rose color. I end up paying a fortune… but they’re worth it.

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  5. Giovannoni Claudine

    The reason (of your disenchantment with Spanish fresh produce) could be that the best goods are for export! This happens not only in Spain, but everywhere…
    Clear, in this circumstance even if you buy sesonal-products maybe you should go directly to the farmer: here you could choose from!
    Fortunately, at least with cherries you have no problems!
    Wish you a lovely day :-)c

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