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antonio says ...
Thanks in advance!
06/26/2013 4:55:16 PM CDT
Joy Rogers says ...
I love cherry season and I just eat em whole!
06/26/2013 4:55:19 PM CDT
Paul Weinberger says ...
I would share them with my running and yoga friends after a workout
06/26/2013 4:55:32 PM CDT
Esther Celnik says ...
WOW! Five pounds of luscious Washington cherries! What to do.. . . What to do! I would keep half to enjoy with my family - just eat them fresh and chilled! The other half I would give away to folks less fortunate than me. Thank you! Esther
06/26/2013 4:55:41 PM CDT
Kay S. says ...
Eat some, bake a fresh cherry pie, freeze the rest for a fresh baked pie in winter. YUM!
06/26/2013 4:55:48 PM CDT
Cheryl says ...
I still remember eating my first cherry as a little girl, visiting my Grandmother in Washington State. My relatives were canning and baking and that cherry had an unbelievable rich, full flavor. I was smitten! I would eat one pound or two, then use some pitted for sorbet or a lovely ice cream topping, and brandy a few for Manhattans!
06/26/2013 4:55:52 PM CDT
Donna F. Walker says ...
The five pounds of hand-picked cherries would be loved as a group and individually. Each one would be picked up, observed from all angles, sniffed, tasted, and eaten with gusto. I so love fresh cherries, as does the rest of my family. We will honor that they mark the beginning of stone fruit season and cherish the new crop as we would a beloved gift. Please pick us to win the cherries and our lives can be complete.....Thank you.
06/26/2013 4:55:57 PM CDT
Donna F. Walker says ...
The five pounds of hand-picked cherries would be loved as a group and individually. Each one would be picked up, observed from all angles, sniffed, tasted, and eaten with gusto. I so love fresh cherries, as does the rest of my family. We will honor that they mark the beginning of stone fruit season and cherish the new crop as we would a beloved gift. Please pick us to win the cherries and our lives can be complete.....Thank you.
06/26/2013 4:55:58 PM CDT
Debby Auble says ...
Teach some kids how to make cherry sorbet and cherry lemonade ( I teach low income kids how to cook and prepare healthy foods)
06/26/2013 4:56:01 PM CDT
shirley says ...
I would put them in my favorite smoothie recipe which only needs soy milk and frozen fruit - the best!
06/26/2013 4:56:04 PM CDT
Debra says ...
My family and I would eat the cherries as is and I would also freeze some to have on hand for a smoothie. Love, Love cherries.
06/26/2013 4:56:05 PM CDT
David Birney says ...
Well I would eat them. Some of them just like they are, and then I would make a Gluten Free Cherry Cobbler. Probably also mix some in protein shakes.
06/26/2013 4:56:11 PM CDT
Rachna says ...
Eat them fresh :)
06/26/2013 4:56:15 PM CDT
Leah says ...
Share!
06/26/2013 4:56:20 PM CDT
Sarah says ...
Eat them just as they are!!!
06/26/2013 4:56:24 PM CDT
Heather says ...
Eating them fresh right out of my hand.
06/26/2013 4:56:29 PM CDT
Jenn says ...
With 5 cherry-loving kids, we'd eat them all in a blink!!
06/26/2013 4:56:39 PM CDT
Pamela Chotiswatdi says ...
EAT THEM RAW and spit out the seed. During Cherry Season, I eat them by the bag full. Sometimes, I go cherry picking in the high desert, CA. I usually end up with a few cancre sores from eating so many, but the season is so short and it is worth every bite!
06/26/2013 4:56:44 PM CDT
Helen says ...
This is the kind of prize I like. Yum!
06/26/2013 4:57:09 PM CDT
Carolyn Molyneux says ...
I would first eat a bowlful, plain and unadorned -- maybe with a little dark chocolate and some Riesling. Not being greedy, I would share this bounty with a good friend who also adores cherries. Then I would bake a cherry pie and serve it with whipped cream. If any were left, I would make some jam and freeze whatever was left over for a pie on another day. I would be happy, happy, happy.
06/26/2013 4:57:16 PM CDT
Leslie Stevens says ...
Cherry Cheesecake!
06/26/2013 4:57:29 PM CDT
GLORIA STEIN says ...
I would refrigerate & eat a pound for a dew days. I'll Bake 2 pies from scratch w/2 more pounds and freeze the rest and think abt what I want to do with them. Maybe suck them frozen :>)). Thanx for asking. Gloria stein
06/26/2013 4:57:31 PM CDT
Jacqueline Johnson says ...
According to Dr. Oz Cherry Juice is a great antioxidant, with that being said I would love to win the 5 lbs of cherries to make refreshing healthy juice.
06/26/2013 4:57:44 PM CDT
liz favara says ...
I love cherries!!! I would eat all I can and freeze the rest to enjoy as a pick me up during the shorter days of winter.
06/26/2013 4:57:52 PM CDT
Nikki Rosewag says ...
I would absolutely make some cherry relish and some cherry tartlets, but my big idea is cherrycello -- cherry infused limoncello. Mmmm. Salúd!
06/26/2013 4:57:54 PM CDT

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