special pitter remover
Rinse your cherries in a colander and remove the petioles if necessary. If you have a special pitter peeler, place one cherry under the point and press until a pith comes out the other side. The process is not the neatest!
Squeeze the cherries with a knife.
Don't have a special appliance? Press the cherries with a knife to open them and remove the pips. Or use a pin. Make sure there are no pips left you don't want to stumble on them when enjoying dessert.
Cherry Jubilee Dessert
Cherry Jubilee dessert is an old classic recipe that uses the underrated flambé technique. Flambéing caramelizes the sugar and makes the flavor deeper; it's everything you need for summer ripe cherries.
How to remove pips from a cherry