Balsamic Pickled Cherries, Prosciutto, Goat Cheese & Watercress Salad

Balsamic Pickled Cherries, Prosciutto, Goat Cheese & Watercress Salad

Fresh cherries are one of my favorite fruits, and I always seem to get carried away and bring home way too many for us to possibly eat. A great way to preserve these little beauties are to pickle them. They are unbelievable in this salad and will also go great on a cheese platter or… in a grilled cheese sandwich!

I’d like to take a moment to thank Jo Packman and the wonderful team at Where Women Cook Magazine for the generous 12 page feature this month. It’s out on the stands now, and features many more amazing women, make sure to grab a copy!

I’m a huge fan of What Katie Ate blog, and was thrilled and quite flattered (to say the least) that she featured one of my photos from this post,  in her “All American Post 2012” (below) Thanks Katie!

4 Comments to “Balsamic Pickled Cherries, Prosciutto, Goat Cheese & Watercress Salad”

  1. You did it again Kelly, this looks awesome!

  2. I love the addition of ground almonds, and the grilled cheese sandwich idea sounds fab-what kind of cheese would you choose?Goat, ricotta and emmenthaller on pumpernickle?

  3. The cherries are unusually good this year, Costco here I come. I never would have thought to pickle cherries, what a yummy idea! If i can’t find a good pickling spice, can I make my own?

  4. Kelly:
    Thank you so much for the call-out. The honor of having you be part of WWCook was all ours … you do such beautiful work!
    Much love
    Jo

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