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October 29, 2013
Royal Cherry Recipe
Skinnygirl White Cherry Vodka is an ideal sweetener for a cocktail that won't add to your calorie count. If you're feeling a little inspired, add some champagne and you've got the Royal Cherry by Skinnygirl!
Calories Per Serving
- 1 Ounce Skinnygirl White Cherry Vodka
- 2 Ounces champagne
- 1 frozen cherry
Pour champagne into flute, top with vodka, and garnish with 1 frozen cherry. Enjoy!
Calories Per Serving117
Folate equivalent (total)0.9µg0.2%
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Prince Charles Shares One of His Favorite Breakfast Recipes
Go ahead, make a brunch worthy of the heir to the British throne.
Prince Charles loves an egg dish. Rumor has it, he even eats a boiled egg every day. But this Sunday he's sharing a more involved breakfast recipe. On Twitter and Instagram, Clarence House posted one of his favorite recipes for Cheesy Baked Eggs.
The recipe, which includes the note "where possible, use organic ingredients," was released in association with the British Cheese Weekender a free, online festival centered around British cheeses, and supporting the industry that makes them during the coronavirus pandemic.
"One thing that undoubtedly brings many of us great comfort is good food. It is, therefore, deeply troubling to learn that this crisis risks destroying one of the most wonderful joys in life &ndash British cheese!" the Prince of Wales, who is patron of the Speciality Cheesemakers Association, was quoted as saying on Instagram.
"British cheesemakers need our support during this time of great uncertainty, and we can all help in the simplest way. By sourcing British cheese from local shops and cheesemongers, and directly from producers online, you can make a vital contribution to keeping these small businesses afloat during the prevailing crisis."
Read the royal-approved brunch recipe below:
A proud champion of native British cheese, His Royal Highness has released one of his favourite recipes, Cheesy Baked Eggs, which can be made by using any number of our great British cheeses. 🧀🍳 #BritishCheeseWeekender pic.twitter.com/htogWqGFQ2&mdash The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall (@ClarenceHouse) May 10, 2020
What you’ll need
Celebrate fresh summer produce with our sweet and savoury cherry recipes. Try fruity jams, scones, muffins, tarts and other baked goods.
Use shop-bought pastry to make our easy bakewell tarts. Simply layer jam, frangipane and icing inside a shortcrust case for a nostalgic teatime treat
Cherry bakewell cake
If you know someone who likes bakewell tart, then they will just love this cake – it’s full of almond flavour and sandwiched with cherry jam
Cherry & almond frangipane galette
Use spelt pastry for this free-form pie, as its nuttiness complements the frangipane. The combination of squishy baked cherries and juicy fresh ones is lovely
Make this classic pie whilst cherries are in season. It's the perfect summer dessert served just warm with plenty of cream or ice cream
Cherry blossom cake
A gluten-free light bake that uses polenta in place of flour and orange blossom to flavour a drizzle syrup
Cherry crumble cake
Make the most of juicy cherries in this cake, enriched with almonds and soured cream, and finished with a crumble topping. It's delicious with custard
Cherry ripple, chocolate & rose ice cream
Serve this cherry, chocolate and rose ice cream in cones for the kids, or in slices for a dinner party dessert. You don't need an ice cream maker to make it
Cocoa & cherry oat bake
Treat yourself in the morning to this healthy oat bake packed with cocoa nibs, hazelnuts, porridge oats and dried cherries. It's delicious served with yogurt
If you're a fan of the tart, what could be better than a bakewell cocktail? Vodka, amaretto, apple juice, egg white and cherry combine for the ultimate tipple
Use summer cherries to make this easy oat-topped crumble. Perfect with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, it makes a superb summertime dessert
Try using frozen cherries for ease to make this vibrant smoothie. Serve on its own or with brunch. Kids will love it, too
If you’ve got a spare half-an-hour, whip up these easy muffins and freeze them for when you need them
Dutch baby pancake with drunken cherries
These puffed up beauties are actually a sweet version of a Yorkie and are of German origin. Normally eaten for breakfast, make them dessert with boozy, syrupy cherries and ice cream
What are Queen (Royal) Anne Cherries?
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The farmer's market can be a great place for discovering different varieties of fruit that the grocery stores have either long forgotten or never carried about in the first place. On a trip to my most fruqented farmer's market - the Ann Arbor Farmer's Market, I found one of the vendors there was selling Queen Anne cherries. Never heard of that variety. It was before the days of me having a smartphone so I didn't look them up, I decided to just buy them and try them at home.
What are Queen Anne cherries?
They are a sweet, light colored cherry, who also go by the name of Royal Ann(e). They are cherries that you can eat out of hand or cook with. You can find these cherries in both Michigan and Oregon, and I assume Washington as well. They are very similar in appearance to Rainier cherries. You might have trouble telling them a part at first glance. When you bite into them, the difference could not be more clear. Queen Anne cherries are on the very tart side while Rainier are very sweet. Your taste buds will have no problem distinguishing the two.
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Queen Anne Used for Cordial Cherries
You may recognize that Queen Anne name from the Christmas season. Although cherry season is far away from the Christmas season, Queen Anne cordial cherries are a popular gift item. I personally don't like them so don't buy them for me. Queen Anne cherries are also popular in the making of maraschino cherries.
Canned Queen (Royal) Anne Cherries
If you can't find fresh queen anne cherries not all hope is lost. You should be able to find the canned version. Here is what you can buy:
- serve over ice cream
- on top of creme brulee
- stir into a cola
- topping for pancakes
- use in between layers of a cake
- add to cocktails
- make a craft soda
- serve as a topping along with cheese and baguette
- bake with brie, serve with baguette
- serve on top of oatmeal
- serve on top of tapioca pudding
- dollop on top of cheese cake. Be sure to try my sous vide cheesecake!
- scoop on top of brownies
In this recipe I use the rind of a lemon to thicken the cherry syrup. To maintain a gluten free, grain free, vegan recipe I use the natural pectin in the white part of the lemon to thicken the syrup. Many fruits naturally have pectin in them. With genetically modified produce, often the pectin is less than would naturally occur. Lemon rind, the white part and the yellow outside, have a higher concentration of pectin than the juice. By using the rind of a lemon in jam, it will naturally thicken the jam by the pectin being extracted through boiling. An organic lemon would be a good choice for this project.
Fresh cherry recipes
The most important ingredient in any of these recipes is the cherry. Fresh, plump cherries, to be exact. Look for fruit that isn’t wrinkled or dried out looking. Look for smooth skin and firm fruit. If the cherries look a bit brown, bruised or puckered, that means they have seen better days and you should pass over them.
All of my recipes are for sweet cherries, as that is what is generally available in the stores. Sour cherries are difficult to find fresh, unless you happen to get lucky, or you live in Michigan – the sour cherry capital.
Crown Royal short-drink recipes
Combine ingredients into a stainless steel shaker over ice and shake until completely cold. Strain into an old-fashioned glass, and serve.
Pour all ingredients over crushed ice in a cocktail glass. Stir, and serve.
Add ingredients to a rocks glass. Swirl together.
Place 3/4 oz. of Crown Royal into an old-fashioned glass. Add 2.5 oz. of warmed Canadian Apple Cider. Add crushed ice if preferred.
Pour Crown Royal Canadian whisky over ice (preferably 3-4 cubes), add Cherry Coca-Cola, stir lightly, and serve.
Stir the Canadian Mist whisky and Goldschlager cinnamon schnapps together in an old-fashioned glass half-filled with ice cubes. Add apple juice to taste, and serve.
Pour ingredients into a cocktail glass, stir, and serve.
Stir ingredients together in an old-fashioned or rocks glass, and serve.
Combine ingredients and serve over ice in an old fashioned glass. Stir gently and garnish with a single cherry if desired.
Fill glass with ice and equal amounts of Crown and Red Bull.
Equal parts of Crown Royal, Chambord, and Southern Comfort. Shaken and strained into a chilled cocktail glass.
Place ice in shaker and add all ingredients. Shake well and strain into cocktail glass filled with ice. Garnish with orange slice and cherry.
Pour ingredients on the rocks.
Pour both ingredients into an old-fashioned glass 1/4 filled with ice cubes, and serve.
Pour both ingredients into an old-fashioned glass half-filled with ice cubes. Allow the ice to melt for a few moments. Stir, and serve.
Pour the whisky into an old-fashioned glass. Add the Rockstar energy drink and finally the cola, and serve.
Put ingredients in a shaker with ice, shake till cold. Serve as a shot or on the rocks.
Stir ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Strain into glass.
Pour Whiskey, Pukers and Strawberry Juice in a shaker and get it good and mixed up. Pour into cocktail glass and squeeze a cold fresh lime over it. There you go. A setup for a good, cheap royal washington.
Pour ingredients into a tumbler over ice, strain into a glass, and serve.
Mix ingredients in an ice-filled cocktail shaker, and rest until ice cold. Serve in a martini glass.
Add 1/2 oz dry vermouth in a chilled cocktail glass, and roll the vermouth around the glass and throw away the excess. In a mixing glass with ice, pour crown royal, amaretto, and orange bitters and stir. Strain into cocktail glass, and garnish with orange peel and maraschino cherry.
Put ice in a shaker and pour all three ingredients into the shaker. Shake vigorously and then strain into a glass. This is intended to be more like a shot than a sipping drink.
Shake and strain, into rocks glass.
Mix all ingredients over ice stir and serve with a cherry.
Muddle all ingredients except the whiskey in a bar glass. Add whiskey, shake with ice, and strain into an old-fashioned glass. Garnish with a pineapple and lemon wedge, a cherry, and serve.
Mix the crown royal, apple and peach schnapps, and sweet and sour mix with ice cubes in a shaker and shake until well blended. Strain into a shot glass. Makes one serving.
Royal Cherry Recipe - Recipes
Their pretty color and sweet, tantalizing taste make cherries the perfect fruit for Valentine´s Day. In February we also celebrate President´s Day, and again, cherries add their bright red color to patriotic desserts.
Although summer is fresh cherry season, canned and frozen cherries, preserved at the peak of goodness, are available year' round for your favorite recipes. Tart cherries are used in a variety of recipes including the traditional cherry pie. Other than those that are locally grown and sold at farmers markets or orchards in late spring, tart cherries are rarely sold fresh. Most are canned and sold as sour cherries, pie cherries, or cherry pie fillings.
Canned and frozen sweet cherries are a tasty ingredients in many recipes. They're also ready to eat and delicious straight from the can or freezer. The most popular canned sweet cherries are reddish purple to deep purple Bing Cherries and golden yellow to rosy pink Royal Anne Cherries.
Dried cherries, a relatively new cherry product, are delicious as snacks, wonderful in salads, and increasingly popular in recipes for everything from appetizers to entrees and desserts. Dried cherries, cherry juice, cherry jam, cherry jelly, and a variety of fresh and frozen cherry pies, cakes and pastries are sold in supermarkets any time of year.
And. What would an ice cream sundae or a banana split be without the maraschino cherries on top? Maraschino cherries, sometimes called cocktail cherries, are sweet cherries that have been tinted red with food coloring, flavored with almond extract, sweetened with sugar and packed in a sugar syrup.
Fresh, frozen, canned or dried, cherries offer amazing health benefits! They´re a great source of vitamins and minerals for the winter season. According to ongoing research, cherries contain high levels of powerful antioxidants that can reduce the risk of heart attacks and help fight cancer. Cherries also contain anti-inflammatory compounds that help relieve the pain of headaches and arthritis!
- It takes about 4 cups of tart cherries to make one - 9" pie.
- There's about 2 cups of tart cherries in one 16 ounce can.
- There's about 2-1/3 cups of cherry pie filling in a 21 oz. can.
- There's about 3 cups of frozen cherries in a pound.
- Add cherry pie filling to an angel food cake or a pound cake for a luscious, colorful dessert cake.
- Use cherry pie filling to quickly transform a cheesecake, brownies or cupcakes into a festive red dessert for Valentine's Day, Christmas, or any Patriotic holiday.
Cherries are fun to eat. they make us feel good. When things turn out better than we hoped they would, or when something exceeds our expectations, those extras are "the cherries on top". When life is good and we´re really happy, "Life is just a bowl of cherries."