How to Stone Cherries?
Choose firm cherries with shiny skin; avoid any with a dry stalk. To stone with a cherry stoner: This convenient tool pushes the stone through the fruit, leaving a full hollow. As a result, more of the cherry juices will be released when the cherries are cooked. To stone with a vegetable peeler: Insert the tip of the peeler in the stalk end, rotate around the stone, and scoop it out. The result will be neater than with a cherry stoner, and more juice will be retained. Scroll below to see the nutrients and calories in Cherry.