It is early morning in arid Albuquerque. Before the heat descends and “more important work” beckons, I pick amazingly succulent red sour cherries. With water from our acequia (200-year-old community irrigation system along Rio Grande in New Mexico) the native cherries grow and offer their fruit in June. Read full article
Transforming sour cherries into pie
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