The maroon-colored Bing cherry prevails as the most familiar sweet type around, though the Rainier, Queen Anne, and sweetheart varieties are gaining in popularity.
In Season: This stone fruit -- a relative of plums, peaches, and nectarines -- has a short season, appearing briefly in the produce aisle from June to August.
What to Look For: Choose firm, richly colored cherries with green stems; avoid bruised, soft ones and those with brown stems.
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