Can you freeze bing cherries?
yes. They are frozen in ice cream.
China/hong kong Wisconsin and Michigan are known for their cherry production. The finger of land sticking out into Lake Michigan in Wisconsin is Door County and has Cherry Festivals every year. Wisconsin is noted for their sour red cherries. Michigan is another state renowned for Cherries. Ripe Bing cherries are noted there for their production. The temperate waters of Lake Michigan provide the perfect growing conditions for both types.
Rinse cherries with cool water right before using or eating them. To pit cherries, pluck off the stem. Use a cherry pitter to remove the pits. If you don't have a cherry pitter, you can use a toothpick, un-bent paper clip, or orange stick (as for manicures), and insert into the stem-end of the cherry. You should feel it hit the pit. Snag the pit and scoop it out. Sour cherries are the easiest to…
Strawberry, pear, apple (Red Delicious, Yellow Delicious, Criterion, Fuji [more tart], Honey Crisp, Macintosh), apricot, peach, plum (black or friar, prune [very ripe]), cherry (Bing), etc. Some interesting notes: American cherries (Queen Anne and Raineer) tend to be tart and never sweeten. A man name "Bing" crossed the Chinese cherry, with ours, he created the Bing Cherry which is, perhaps, the most preferred cherry today.
According to my calculations and the old saying "a pint's a pound the world round" then a quart of cherries would weigh more than a pound of cherries. One pint of cherries would weigh 16 ounces and there are 2 pints in a quart. So one quart of cherries would weigh 32 ounces or 2 pounds. Whereas a pound of cherries weighs 16 ounces. Therefore a quart of cherries is double the weight of a…
Marasca cherries are a small bitter Italian cherry used to make the liqueur "Maraschino". This liqueur was in turn used to flavor other cherries for decorative effect in cooking and drinks. Today, however, the "maraschino" cherries are produced in a number of locations from local cherries soaked in food coloring and sugar instead of by the original recipe. The cherries themselves are not Marasca cherries but any of a number of light fleshed sweet cherries