Here in Pacific North West we have the most amazing tart pie cherries. I am lucky to know someone who has a beautiful tree loaded with cherries ready for the picking. So I loaded up my scissors and giant wooden bowl and headed over to pick.
I spent the afternoon pitting and preparing my bounty for the freezer. It is such a treat to bake a tart cherry pie in mid January. However before freezing everything I saved some to make those yummy tart cherry hamburgers. Yea, I know it sounds funny but they sure are delicious!
Here is the recipe for those with a curious palate.
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