Img 1 is our USA Cherries. Img 2 is our Turkish Cherries.
The Turkish cherries have a medium bite (not very crunchy) and has a good flavor. Medium sweetness. Passable cherries. Imo these are the value buy cherries. Good pricing good enough for eating.
The USA cherries are much more firm. When you first bite there is that usual hit of sourness from the skin which then translates into a complex flavor of the cherry. As you take your second and third chew, the sweetness fills your mouth. Definitely the better of the 2. But be warned, the price is not as friendly as the Turkish cherries.
Hope everyone has a fruitful hump day.
Cupcakes & Cherries 🍒
Twee weken geleden gaf ik een workshop aan @bjornfrins en we gingen aan de slag met cupcakes en kersen.
Kersen zijn geweldig op beeld en ik ga komende weken nog meer beelden met jullie delen 📷
Vandaag koos ik voor dit flatlay beeld met de mooie backdrop van @fotoachtergronden. I love it ♥️
Kijk voor meer foto's en info bij link in bio 👆
Met deze foto doe ik ook meteen mee aan #onlyonecupcake challenge van @luciebeck
🍒Love cherries? Apart from supermarkets, check out Hupco, one of Singapore's favourite wholesaler for the freshest fruit produce. You can purchase in bulk at competitive prices with Hupco over at their wholesale centre (12, 14 Chin Bee Avenue or 20 Pasir Panjang), don't forget to check them out! 👍🏼
All my peppers are happily planted and doing great, I got most of my supports up, there are flowers and baby fruit everywhere, my hops are climbing, my horseradish is sprouting wee babies and I even got some brandied cherries canned today.
we have something sour and delicious in the works.
we bought a few hundred pounds of #norcal montmorency #cherries and - with the help of our wonderful friends - cleaned, de-stemmed, bagged, and froze them.
later this year, they'll join a future batch of sour beer in wine barrels, saturating the beer with cherry pie flavor and staining it a brilliant red.