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lucas says ...
I would eat as many as I could and dry the rest!
07/10/2012 10:10:37 AM CDT
s riches says ...
I would bake a lot of cherry pies!
07/10/2012 10:28:08 AM CDT
Lisa P says ...
First I would anxiously take them home to my 2 year old. Whenever she sees cherrys in the refriderator her chants "happy, happy, happy", and I love hearing her say that. Knowing that she would have the best quality cherries would increase that excitement. I would then research recipies to cook and to experiment with. Hopefully by doing that it would allow me to continue purchasing them. I have always wanted to make cherry pie and SANGRIA! Can't forget the SANGRIA! EAT THE REST.
07/10/2012 10:32:05 AM CDT
krista says ...
Oh my goodness, there are so many things to do with a whole case of cherries! I would make cherry everything! Pie, crisp, jam, sauce for my ham. Eat, freeze, dehydrate, put them in a cake. Cookies, brownies, share, to show how much I care.
07/10/2012 10:35:59 AM CDT
Melanie Wright says ...
My family loves cherries! When I was little my grandma used to freeze the cherries and defrost them, just slightly, by running them under warm water. It was the best thing ever to come in from playing outside, all hot, to eat some slightly frozen cherries. So, to pass on this to my daughter, I would do the same thing!
07/10/2012 11:02:55 AM CDT
Abby says ...
We would eat as many as we could, and then I would start baking and freezing and making jam! The jam we made last summer is just about gone, so winning a case would be amazing!!
07/10/2012 11:08:07 AM CDT
Jen P says ...
I absolutely love cherries! I would definitely share with my friends, freeze them, try to make whatever I possibly could with the cherries. Most of all enjoy them!
07/10/2012 11:11:31 AM CDT
elaine says ...
Fresh cherries,wow! I'd eat some, freeze some, make some cherry juice to be used both fresh & frozen. Of course I'd share some fresh cherries and cherry juice with friends who suffer from inflammatory diseases such as arthritis, & gout. I'd also donate some for my temple's Monday night meal to feed the homeless including one of your yummy sounding recipes.
07/10/2012 11:16:22 AM CDT
Tony says ...
What I would do is give the Cherries to my wife Becky. She loves Cherries and she never wins anything I think it would make her day. She is a baker so I am sure she can thinks of great stuff to bake for her co-workers and our family. Plus it would be cool too see the look on her face if she did win. Good luck everyone!
07/10/2012 11:22:15 AM CDT
Simone says ...
I would just eat them plain. I don't get fancy with my fruit. I doubt I would even freeze any of them because I could easily go through 10 lbs of fruit in about 2 weeks.
07/10/2012 11:24:57 AM CDT
LJ says ...
If I were to win a case of cherries, I could definitely set aside the Ben & Jerry's! To eat, to bake, to share, to preserve, Oh how the world around me would deserve, To indulge in cherries everyday, From Whole Foods Simply Sweet Cherry Fest Give Away!!
07/10/2012 11:30:09 AM CDT
Tina Blume says ...
10 pounds of cherries! Oh My! I would take about half of them to work and share them with the co-workers on my floor. We're all trying to eat healthier and a nice fresh fruit cherry snack would surely hit the spot. The rest, well... after my family and I ate all that we could, I would clean and pit the remainder and freeze them for later use. The uses are endless... Cherries in yogurt, yum; cherries in smoothies, oh, yeah; cherries in lemon aid and lime aid would surely hit the spot. Even the poochies would get a few of the pitted ones since they love their fruit.
07/10/2012 11:41:53 AM CDT
Teresa Hoyt says ...
I would use the case of cherries to make pie filling and preserves. Thanks for the chance to win!
07/10/2012 11:41:58 AM CDT
Allyson Bossie says ...
I would dry some for my stockpile and preserve some in a jam or compote!
07/10/2012 11:56:54 AM CDT
Ruth says ...
My husband are on day 5 of the Whole30. We've cut out all sugar except for fruit now & then. 10 lbs of cherries would give us low sugar snacking for now and weeks to come!
07/10/2012 11:56:54 AM CDT
Ashley Kraus says ...
I WOULD MAKE cheery cherry turnovers and the BEST cherry pie known to tastebuds, sharing the fantastic creations with family, friends, and the local homeless shelter :)
07/10/2012 12:07:40 PM CDT
Eileen Burke says ...
I would eat them all I love cherries!
07/10/2012 12:15:25 PM CDT
Shalonda Hill says ...
With so much going on in my life, and with so many cherries that I could win in one case - I could cherry(sh)every moment. LOL! My 1st year anniversary with my wonderful husband is in a few weeks...I could make him a romantic cherry pie. The people in my office are into healthy eating...I could bring fresh cherries for a healthful snack. My mom recently passed away...I could take Dad some sweet cherry tartlets. And, I know me - I am a foodie - I would do fantastic cherry experiments in the kitchen. I love cherries!
07/10/2012 12:32:41 PM CDT
micheal dale grim says ...
first off let me tell you im a cherry freak,i just love them to death!! if i win id be making cherry pie cherry pudding cherry short cake cherry jams and perserves.then whats left ,i would share with family and friends!!!
07/10/2012 12:33:20 PM CDT
Dani Luft says ...
I would teach my children about how to pick good, fresh cherries (from your article), then plant a few cherry trees from the seeds that we eat with them. We would bag them and take them to a homeless shelter or share with those less fortunate. Then, try some new recipes with them. I've never dried out cherries, but that sounds yummy!!
07/10/2012 12:44:58 PM CDT
Vanessa Lande says ...
Lemon cherry crostada, hot from the oven, with a scoop of fresh vanilla ice cream. My toddler also loves cherries blended into her yogurt as a special morning breakfast.
07/10/2012 12:48:07 PM CDT
Kim says ...
We would eat as many as we could and then make gluten free cherry pie (in Whole Foods GF Bakehouse pie crust, of course!) and perhaps try some other GF baked goods - turnovers? struedel? Enough to share! Yum!
07/10/2012 1:15:23 PM CDT
Megan Naylor says ...
I would have my own personal Cherry Fest! I have Multiple Sclerosis and have recently removed gluten, dairy and refined sugar from my and my family's diet. I'd make gluten-free, sugar free cherry pies; yummy cherry preserves; delicious breakfasts, lunches and dinners and desserts- especially cherry sorbet! You name it, I'd make it! I adore cherries! Since we began our new nutrition plan, my eyes have been opened to how many others in our lives have similar dietary restrictions, mostly due to health issues. I have thoroughly enjoyed sharing the recipes I've discovered with my fellow dietary-restricted friends and would LOVE to share my Cherry Fest with them!
07/10/2012 1:57:28 PM CDT
Helen says ...
Would definitely bake some delicious breads and cakes as well as start canning them for some yummy jam!
07/10/2012 2:04:56 PM CDT
Keri says ...
I'm fantasizing preserving them...
07/10/2012 2:18:02 PM CDT

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