Whole Story

The Official Whole Foods Market® Blog

 

10,216 Comments

Comments

Kelly D. says ...
I would make a cherry pie, eat them as is and make cherry jam for pancakes.
06/27/2012 9:58:58 AM CDT
Jennifer says ...
I would eat some of them and share them with my mom...
06/27/2012 10:06:13 AM CDT
Sara says ...
Cherry mojitos!!!
06/27/2012 10:12:31 AM CDT
Mary S. says ...
What would I do with 10 lbs. of cherries?! Wow!! I would start by making a balsamic cherry sauce for grilled pork tenderloin, next I would make a lattice-topped cherry cobbler, after that I would make a cherry filling for a white cake, then some cherry topping for ice cream, and finally I would make some basil-scented cherry jam for winter. Of course, I would be sure to save some to eat fresh and put in a salad. Delicious!!
06/27/2012 10:23:10 AM CDT
Joanne says ...
My 2-year old daughter LOVES cherries. We bake together every week and would have lots of fun making cherry tarts, cherry scones, cherry cobbler, cherry trail bars, and whatever else we can come up with!
06/27/2012 10:27:35 AM CDT
Sarah S says ...
If I won a case of cherries my family and I would have lots of fun eating them in so many ways! We would eat a lot fresh, make some jam, dehydrate some, make some pies for grandparents, make some raw chocolate cherry balls, making some cherry bread or scones or maybe pancakes, oh the list would go on. I would ask my kids what they wanted to make with them and let them come up with some creative and fun ways to cook and eat healthy!
06/27/2012 10:30:24 AM CDT
Laurial says ...
Hmm... cherry preserves, maybe a gluten-free cherry cake with coconut cherry frozen yogurt.
06/27/2012 10:31:01 AM CDT
Nathan says ...
I want to win some cherries. They are my favorite fruit. I like cherry pie and to put fresh cherries in fruit salad.
06/27/2012 10:37:39 AM CDT
Amber says ...
I would eat as many as I possibly could, then bake the rest into pies for my friends and family!
06/27/2012 10:37:58 AM CDT
Susan says ...
I would make all kinds of wonderful, healthy things. Would love to win as my husband's grandmother use to own a cherry orchard. It would bring back wonderful memories, especially when she use to send them to his dorm when he was enlisted in the Air Force.
06/27/2012 10:50:55 AM CDT
Jason D says ...
I love fruit! With a case i would make some really chill smoothies with fresh apriums from Collins Family Orchard mixed in with a few Whole Foods bananas! They make excellent smoothies with a rich, creamy texture and full of nutrition as well! For a late night snack i would blend some up with some organic raspberries as cherries and raspberries are both known to promote a restful night sleep! It is difficult at times to sleep when the beautiful weather starts to show up!
06/27/2012 11:03:57 AM CDT
Leah Parks says ...
I have a recipe, to make a spicy cherry,curry jam. It's great on hamburgers, chicken or fresh bread. I would also, just munch on them as a snack! And, put them on my yogart for breakfast!
06/27/2012 11:10:06 AM CDT
Jean says ...
I would eat them straight off the stem and make dried cherries to use in muffins, breads, granolas and yogurt parfaits. I would also give some to family and friends.
06/27/2012 11:14:20 AM CDT
Leah says ...
Almost forgot, would also use them to make cherry whoopie pies with chocolate cherry frosting in the middle of whoopie pies! Yummmm
06/27/2012 11:14:28 AM CDT
Abby says ...
Cherry fest at the fishing pier! We'd share with the "old-pros" who have allowed us to join their fishing club. These gents may range in age from 62 - 92, but they're young at heart!
06/27/2012 11:18:19 AM CDT
Margaret Musleah says ...
I love cherries especially the kind you get at Whole Foods. I would eat some, make some into cherry pie and freeze and share them with family and friends.
06/27/2012 11:19:00 AM CDT
Katya says ...
I would just have my friends comming to my house and eating the cherries fresh. Pits spitting contest will be a fun thing to do, too
06/27/2012 11:20:04 AM CDT
Melissa Derr says ...
We LOVE cherries! We would make ice cream (goat cheese with cherries), freeze them and eat them as a snack, eat them fresh, and use them in dinner recipes. Any way you eat them, they're delicious! So many options with this delicious fruit!
06/27/2012 11:21:29 AM CDT
jen says ...
I would eat a lot of them fresh, roast some for ice cream and dehydrate whatever remains.
06/27/2012 11:23:44 AM CDT
Kim says ...
For the most part, I would eat them, just by themselves. I would also preserve some of them as pie filling so I could enjoy them once cherry season is over.
06/27/2012 11:33:50 AM CDT
renee kraemer says ...
I would probably eat half of them straight from the case. I adore fresh cherries. The rest i would eat with yogurt and make a cherry cobbler.
06/27/2012 11:35:18 AM CDT
Kim Collins says ...
I would share them with neighbors family and friends! Who doesn't love cherries? They brighten any ones day and not only that but they are very nutritious and healthy to eat! Cherries are mostly water therefore you can eat them all day and not gain weight and actually they help people lose weight through their slight detoxification properties. I would also use the opportunity to educate people on why they should be buying organic and also the healing qualities of eating fresh fruits like cherries!!! I am a cancer survivor and I learned that cherries actually help to protect you from cancer, so I make a point of eating them every chance I get!!
06/27/2012 11:55:46 AM CDT
Elyse Sheppard says ...
We love, love cherries! I make jams, jellies, dry them and freeze them. They are great in the middle of winter as a ray of summer sunshine!
06/27/2012 12:02:32 PM CDT
Amanda O. says ...
Oh, how my family loves cherries. I would make pies, cobblers, jams. I would dehydrate then, freeze them and eat them fresh. I would send them to work with my husband in his lunch. I would pack them for day trips with my son and family. I would share them with my wonderful neighbors. I would enjoy all of them!
06/27/2012 12:15:43 PM CDT
Rose says ...
I would bake pies with most of them and share with family/friends and snack on the rest or include in salads. Would also freeze some to make the goodness last as long as possible.
06/27/2012 12:15:53 PM CDT

Pages