January 25, 2007,
C.W. asks from Rehoboth, MA on August 15, 2006
Seeking Help in the Kitchen.
My kids love bing cherries but I hate pitting them with a knife any suggestions on how they can have cherries & I can keep my finger tips too.
So What Happened?™
Thanks all. I have recently ordered a cherry pitter from pampered chef (from another mamasource mom) Looking forward to using it. My fingers thank you all.
N.P. answers from New York on December 15, 2006
PamperedChef used to make a cherry pitter, try this link http://www.pamperedchef.biz/lyndamclean
she'll be able to help you get a hold of one. I know her children were the same way.
M.S. answers from Springfield on September 04, 2006
I think I'm right in remembering that Trader Joes sells pitted frozen cherries. I believe they are a decent price, as well. Good luck.
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R.T. answers from Philadelphia on August 21, 2006
Someone makes a cherry pitter. It may be Pampered Chef or Williams and Sonoma. My friend has one (she bakes) and says it's amazing. I hope this helps. If you can't find it, let me know and I'll ask her where she got it.
S.E. answers from Washington DC on August 16, 2006
Get a hand held cherry pitter. We used to use them for canning.
A tip on freezing cherries: put them on a cookie sheet. When they are mostly frozen, then transfer them to ziplock bags, that way they don't stick together.
K.L. answers from New York on August 15, 2006
You need to get yourself a cherry pitter (stoner)! :)
Here are lots of sites with options for you: http://www.nextag.com/cherry-pitter/search-html
S.H. answers from Boston on August 30, 2006
Have you ever tried Dream Dinners for meal prep?
V. answers from New York on August 16, 2006
I know what you mean!
Try using a cherry/olive pitter, they work pretty good and is very affordable.
I have one from pamper-chef and it works fine.
S.K. answers from New London on August 16, 2006
Hi- buy a cherry pitter! You can get them at any kitchen store- try the Grey Goose in Old Mystic Village. That's what I use and it's a life saver! It's just a small hand tool that you place a cherry in and it pokes out the pit.
My girls love cherries as well.
E. answers from Harrisburg on August 16, 2006
I am pretty sure Pampered Chef makes a tool for this! Good luck!
B.T. answers from York on August 15, 2006
Yep, cherry pitter or stoner is the answer. Good luck with all that pitting. Rejoice that your children want to eat cherries instead of chips or cookies! Hope you find one soon!
K.A. answers from Providence on August 16, 2006
Pampered Chef has a tool for pitting cherries. You can find it on their website www.pamperedchef.com. Hope this helps.