herries have long been admired for their seductive beauty, featuring in ancient and modern works of art, and in photographs, books and magazines, but it’s their rich, sweet, juicy flesh that gets cherry lovers rhapsodising. I love the way the glossy, taut skin of a perfect cherry gently cracks as you bite into it, and that rush of deep red juice that rises to the surface of the flesh just before you pop the rest of the cherry in your mouth (hopefully,

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