Cerise is the French word for "cherry". Cherries, depending on taste, sweet or sour, can be made into a sauce, such as in Canard Au Cerise ( Duck with Bing Cherry Sauce), Black Compote De Cerises Noires (Cherry Compote), Ratafia de Cerises, etc.

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