Roasted Cherries with a hint of Balsamic Vinegar are so easy to make and require just 3 ingredients. The result is impressive: intense, juicy cherries glazed in a thick syrup. They are unexpectedly good.
I don’t want to depress you, but cherry season is almost over for this year. I’ve been enjoying vast quantities of cherries for the last 6 weeks, but finally, the supplies are dwindling. Even worse than the season being at it’s close, I’ve also noticed the flavour of those cherries that are still available is not quite as good as it could be.
Since I am more than just a little bit in love with cherries, I’m prone to buying enormous volumes of them at a time. The season is so short, so my mantra is to make the most of it whilst I can. Mantra in mind, I’ll often buy a bounty of cherries with the intention of making jam or some cherry sauce to drop into the freezer for future consumption. Quite often I repeat the same purchase and intention a few days later after getting sidetracked by eating too many cherries straight from the bag. It’s not just me. It’s a family habit….