- n. Plural form of maraschino.
“Erythrosine is a cherry pink dye that is presently allowed in Australia, New Zealand and the EU only in preserved cherries, such as maraschinos, up to a level of 200mg / kg. In the US, however, it is permitted in a wider range of foods, including sweets and other products aimed at children.”
“Followed by the Apricot Sour no maraschinos here, we usually fight over the delicate black cherry speared on top, and the Bourbon Daisy, which has a long flavor development on the tongue that is just beyond description.”
“These days, maraschinos contain Red Dye #40, a pigment found in Doritos, Pop-Tarts and other foods.”
“Producing them involves bleaching low-grade cherries, stoning, sweetening and flavoring them, packing them in a syrup, and dying them—usually neon red, although Eola Cherry Co. also sells shocking blue, green and pink maraschinos.”
“The following version, based on the one in the Gourmet Cookbook, is gussied up with the use of fresh pineapple and my addition of homemade maraschinos.”
“But I thought how nice the combo of sweet and sour dried cherries had been for the maraschinos I made, and I had a nice basket of sweet black cherries at home.”
“Addendum: Spotted a small bag of hard South American cherries at the market, and decided it would be nice to have some stems on my maraschinos.”
“On the train they all bought sweets from the train butcher -- chocolate maraschinos, and nut bars, and molasses kisses -- and ate them as greedily as children, until their hunger for sweets was surfeited.”
“English dinner of Simpson's, preceded by two vermuths, accompanied by a pint of claret, and covered in the retreat by four maraschinos.”
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