Ten sok z wiśni musi być pyszny:)) Ciekawa jestem czy smakuje tak samo dobrze jak polski...? Pozdrawiam serdecznie z Krakowa
Oh, my goodness! I am so envious! Eugeniuz and I have been purchasing Queen Anne's @ 2/4.99/qt, and you get to pick them off our lots! I am sure the tourists eating at Harbour Haus eat their fill, so there aren't many left. Are they sweet? They sure do look delicious! I once spent a day picking seeds out of 5 gal to make jelly; RED from head to toe when I finished; and so was the wall of the Berry Patch! Good memories! Drink lots of juice; it is great for arthritis and other inflammation!
Malgorzata: Thank you for visiting and following my blog, and your "nice" commnents! but I will need helps from my brother-in-law(Euginiuz...help!!!!)
Yikes! You've got me sobbing. I luv cherries - all kinds and in everything! How lucky you are. I bought a bag of black cherries from the supermarket at a ridiculous price (had to take out a second on the house) and the dadgum things weren't even sweet. I ate them anyway, of course.Keep running!
Malgorzata: Sok wisni z Polski ktorego my smakowali byl we formulasz wisniaku, jest on straszebnie smaczny nie ma lepszego.Na Zdrowie i uklony. Eugeniusz Kubicki via catadams (Susie)Malgorzata wanted to know if the cherry juice pictured tasted as good as Polish cherry juice. We answered that the kind of Polish cherry juice we tasted was in the form of Wisniak, a cherry cordial. It was exceptionally good; and there is no better! We sent healthy good wishes!
Michigan cherries are the best...yes, we paid $4.99 a pound (on sale)last month, now we're eating them for breakfast,snack, lunch, snack, dinner, and dessert. We're living in a paradise. It's sunny and 59 degrees....need to walk on our trails....so we can eat more....cherries....baking a cherry dark chocolate cake right now. Have a good day.
I agree that fresh cherries from Michigan are the best! Gene just had to protect his Polish pride to say the sour cherry cordial, Wisniak, is very good. And he is also correct, that no American-made cherry cordial comes close in flavor to the Polish one.
I hear that all the cherries from Mom's place and from our lots have been picked clean by other people...it is a shame that the people in town won't let the owners (or at least the relatives) pick their own fruit!