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Leda's Pickled Cherries

Red sour cherries
Wine vinegar
Honey

Pit the cherries. Measure them and combine with an equal quantity (by volume) of wine vinegar. Store in a non-reactive container for 2 days at room temperature. Drain off the liquid (makes an interesting salad dressing addition). Add the cherries in layers to a widemouth glass jar, drizzling each layer with honey (amounts are not critical since the cherries have already been preserved by the vinegar). Cover and leave at room temperature for a week, stirring gently (so as not to break up the cherries) once daily. Store in refrigerator. Be sure to label the jar with the date--the cherries are ready to eat after three months, and keep in the refrigerator indefinitely.

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For further reference we here at Kitchen Caravan came accross this great article in the LA Times on Pickling! Enjoy!

 

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