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This drink is perfectly sweet and perfectly sour, stout but so easy to drink (dangerously so), with just the right amount of fizz. Make a huge batch of these at your next get-together and you’ll become everybody’s new best friend.
This fun, bold cherry apple pie cocktail recreates a classic American dessert in liquid form, making it a perfect Fourth of July cocktail.
Bourbon Smash cocktails are great because they taste complicated, but are embarrassingly easy to make. Best of all, you get to literally smash up some stuff with a muddler. Who doesn’t love that?
This red currant twist on a classic lime Caipiroska might be the new favorite summertime cocktail! Sour, sweet and as strong as you can take it. There’s really no better way to beat the heat!
Arguably one of the most refreshing cocktails in the classic repertoire also happens to be the national drink of Brazil. This spin on a Caipirinha adds the delicious flavor of fresh cherries for the perfect sip of early summer.
This sweet-tart concoction is based on the classic Singapore sling, replacing the traditional cherry brandy with an intensely vibrant homemade sour-cherry syrup.
File this cooking method under “Smartest Back-Pocket Chicken Recipes.” Roasting the thighs in a hot oven means you can get evenly cooked, juicy meat and still have crispy skin on top, all without having to splatter your stove. The quick, buttery balsamic glaze balances the rich chicken and tart cherry salsa beautifully.
It’s easy to toss the bread on the grill, chop up some veggies, mix up a dressing, pick your favorite cheese to add and you have a delicious dinner ready to go. It’s perfect for a potluck or to take camping. Days when it’s to hot to cook, we like to pick up a cooked roasted chicken, whip up this salad, and dinner is done.
Can you say hot juicy beautiful mess? Cherries and summer fruit never tasted so good.