Letters Debbie Elliot reads listener letters and e-mails responding to previously aired reports heard on Weekend All Things Considered.
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DEBBIE ELLIOTT, Host:

And Pamela Perry in Indianapolis wrote that on that afternoon, as she stood at her kitchen sink pitting the two quarts of cherries she'd just picked, she had been looking for more recipes for red cherries. Red cherries may be sour, she says, but they are juicy and sweet when eaten warm from the sun as you pick them from the tree. Thank you, she wrote, for your story on a rarely mentioned delicacy that's one of my family favorites. If you have any thoughts, sweet or sour, that you'd like to share with us, go to our website npr.org and click on the link that says Contact All Things Considered.

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