American Spoon Sour Cherry Preserves are a personal favorite of author Ann Patchett, who fell in love with Northern Michigan on a book tour over twenty years ago.
This special edition was made at her behest to celebrate the release of her new novel Tom Lake, a story of love and family set in a Northern Michigan cherry orchard.
It's the quintessential Sour Cherry Preserves you know and love, filled with brightly tart Michigan Montmorency cherries.
- American Spoon Sour Cherry Preserves are made in their Petoskey, Michigan kitchen from Michigan-grown Montmorency cherries.
- Their Sour Cherry Preserves are made in small-batch copper kettles; just 60 jars at a time.
- Ingredients: Red tart cherries, sugar, lemon juice, pectin
- 9.5 oz / 269 g
- Simple pairings: almond butter, brie or gruyere cheese
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