Michigan is well known for cherries. This year we were camping at the right time and the right location for them. There were many roadside stands selling them, as seen above. We found that at many restaurants, we were served dried cherries in salads. On our way out of Michigan, we stopped by Ann Arbor, the last Michigan town we lived in, and while there we just had to make a stop at the famous Zingerman's Deli. There we picked up some Michigan-made cherry jam. It is made in Petosky by American Spoon and is sweetened with fruit juices, thickened with arrowroot, and contains no added sugar.