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Very Cherry Christmas Recipes from Stoneridge Orchards

It’s time to officially celebrate; we are in the season of red and green!
These are our favorite colors - do you know why?

Red and green are the colors of cherries and their stems! What better time of year for us to celebrate our most popular fruit?

December sums up the end of the hard working year. We all know when the 1st of the month comes around, regardless of how crazy our holiday shopping gets, we breathe a sigh of relief that we’re almost out with the old and in with the new.

We also celebrate with family, carrying over the love and appreciation from Thanksgiving into Christmas.

December is also the very last holiday month where large meals are acceptable, before we turn into January with New Year resolutions that may involve significantly less indulgence!

Our delightful friend Chef Lisa Adams has outdone herself this year with these three delicious holiday recipes (we are also thrilled to be included on her Holiday Must Haves list!).

DRIED BLUEBERRY PULL APART BREAD

Forget cookies this year. Treat Santa to something more decadent. Sharing IS caring!

DRIED CHERRY RELISH OVER PORK TENDERLOIN

You’ve had your fill of turkey, and want something other than the traditional ham or roast beef. Rustic and warming, this dish is all together sweet, sour and savory. Indulge your senses in these cherry Christmas recipes.

If pork is a foreign object to you, it can be hard to decide which cuts are best to prepare. Check out this video by Better Homes & Gardens on how to pick the best cut.

ROASTED CELERY ROOT WITH DRIED CHERRIES AND PECANS

Remember we mentioned everything being pumpkin flavored in our November post? We hope you enjoy this side dish that isn’t squash!

Celery root isn’t the prom queen, but it’s what’s on the inside that counts. Bon Appetit helps show us how to treat it right!

So from our family to yours:

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