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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
lucas says ...
I would eat as many as I could and dry the rest!
07/10/2012 10:10:37 AM CDT
Melissa says ...
I would make smoothies, use them to create chutneys and dips and also add them to plain yogurt to create my own cherry-flavored yogurt.
07/10/2012 10:03:01 AM CDT
deana c says ...
I would make cherry pies with a whole case of cherries!
07/10/2012 9:38:21 AM CDT
Fruity Cherry says ...
I would make cherry cobbler for the first time. I would test out the theory that cherry help relieve gout and inflammation in the body.
07/10/2012 9:26:32 AM CDT
Terri Murray says ...
Gather the (extended) family; juice, freeze, dry, bake them and have a recipe contest where every participant cooks up a dish with cherries; we all taste and vote on our fave. Some of the dishes would be frozen for heat-ups for our lunches later.
07/10/2012 9:14:57 AM CDT
Liz says ...
as is and chocolate covered, sauce, jelly, pie, cobbler, jubilee!
07/10/2012 8:12:38 AM CDT
Jennifer Zickefoose says ...
I would eat some, freeze some, cook with some, and share some!!!
07/10/2012 8:02:53 AM CDT
ymaria says ...
i would have a cherry-themed game night and make appetizers, dessert and cocktails that all use cherries :)
07/10/2012 6:38:19 AM CDT
Anne says ...
I'd eat them raw and make jam with the ones that survive!
07/10/2012 6:01:55 AM CDT
Jennifer says ...
I would eat a bunch and freeze the rest. My children dream of cherries. If only the pits were easier to get out.
07/10/2012 5:49:47 AM CDT
diana roberts says ...
When I was very small living in San Jose, I used to eat all of the cherry, including the stem. Well now, I still enjoy a nice bowl of fresh cherries or cherry pie. If I should get a case, I would spread some antioxidant joy around as well as, Queritrin--a flavonoid--is rich in cherries, and has been found by researchers to be one of the most potent anticancer agents
07/11/2012 2:56:32 PM CDT
Cat says ...
Can't have too many cherries! My favorite fruit since I was a kid with a sweet cherry tree in my backyard. Nothing better than climbing that tree to reach the way-up-high limbs full of cherries. Had to compete with the birds for them, though. Should I win, I will eat so many that my lips will be stained red, along with my fingers. I would make cherry creations and delight in them all.
07/11/2012 2:47:32 PM CDT
Stephen Grimm says ...
I will bake cherry pies and make Cherry cobbler.
07/11/2012 2:47:51 PM CDT
Ana Cherrie says ...
Love Cherries! Best eaten fresh and if I win I will share them with family and friends.
07/11/2012 2:56:11 PM CDT
Josh says ...
I would feed them to my 8 month old son. Everything that he has eaten up to this point in his life I have made from fresh fruit and vegetables. He tried cherries for the first time a couple weeks ago and loved them! I would definitely use the winning cherries to give him some more of this tasty summer treat (and freeze some for him to have later in the year).
07/11/2012 2:30:23 PM CDT
JAMEELAH MAJOR says ...
I WOULD SNACK ON THE CHERRIES INSTEAD OF SNACKING ON CHIPS OR COOKIES.
07/11/2012 2:14:26 PM CDT
Bickers says ...
What would I do? I would make Super Cherry Delights for my husband who is recovering from prostate cancer and needs all of the healthful goodness that would come from these cherries. This will add a great variety to what he is eating. I would make cherry strudel, hand pies, cherry cookies,and as a sauce for fish and pork dinners. I would also make some cherry cookies for my students who are working diligently on their summer class assisgnments for their college course,I think this would be a great boost for them to stay engaged and interact with each other!
07/11/2012 2:18:07 PM CDT
Uschi Wareham says ...
I would eat them fresh and of course share with neighbors and friends....Love cherries!
07/11/2012 1:47:48 PM CDT
KIM CRAWFORD says ...
I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE A CASE OF CHERRIES! MY FAMILY WOULD LOVE TO EAT THEM FRESH FIRST, AND THEN I WOULD LOVE TO TRY SOME AND MAKE HOMEMADE TRAIL MIX! I WOULD ALSO SHARE SOME WITH MY PARENTS, MY DAUGHTER AND MY GRANDDAUGHTER. I LOVE THIS GIVEAWAY! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR A CHANCE TO WIN! WISH ME LUCK!
07/11/2012 1:43:30 PM CDT
Brittany Costello says ...
I would eat them all up!!! yum yum, I LOVE CHERRIES!!!!!!!!
07/11/2012 1:11:50 PM CDT
Judy LaBine says ...
I would eat most of them in my yogurt, smoothies and just the way they are. I would also share some with others.
07/11/2012 1:17:12 PM CDT
hitesh says ...
Its the quantity we, family of 3 can consume it just as a snacks...so we will eat it as fresh as we get it....:) We love it...
07/11/2012 1:08:49 PM CDT
G.L. says ...
I'd be snacking on cherries nonstop. My family would finish the case in about two days (we did when we went to pick our own!).
07/11/2012 1:00:51 PM CDT
Gigi says ...
Hmm, I just bought a pack yesterday from the Montrose (Houston, TX) store... delicious!!! Now... what would I do with a whole case of cherries?! I would snack on 'em, juice 'em up as a drink, share about 4 pounds with friends, and freeze excess in zip-lock bags. I would juice them up in a blender or make a smoothie with Greek yogurt and agave nectar to drink and recover post-vigorous exercise. Apparently, drinking cherry juice after a run or workout helps reduce muscle damage caused by exercise; the anti-inflammatory, antioxidant compounds in the red fruit called anthocyanins, are also responsible for cherries' bright red color! love 'em :)
07/11/2012 1:06:59 PM CDT

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