Although oranges were once a prized Christmas gift and nowadays there are plenty of clementines for consumers’ holiday celebrations, sour cherries seem to be the seasonal fruit of choice at many restaurants.Much as blackberries this past summer filled the need for something that was kind of different but still familiar, sour cherries aren’t quite run-of-the-mill, but neither are they intimidating. Too tart to be eaten on their own, they’re almost always sweetened for desserts or used as a ...

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