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JOrge says ...
make some mouth watering cherry pie!
07/04/2012 9:23:55 AM CDT
Nancy Coupland says ...
I'd bake pies with my cherries and take some to the skilled nursing facility where I work to share with our residents and my coworkers.
07/04/2012 9:25:13 AM CDT
Veronica says ...
Thank God for Whole Foods and their healthy eating initiatives. Life is in a bowl of cherries, so I'd live it up with a case. My Sunday School Children would be first to share in the Fest to encourage fresh fruit snacking for the Summer. Then I'd have a blast with the balance in cool cherry spritzers, shakes and smoothies.
07/01/2012 5:28:12 AM CDT
Karen Schweizer says ...
I would can them up! Cherry pie filling, cherry jam, cherry syrup, I would like to try canning maraschino cherries too.
06/30/2012 4:30:15 AM CDT
Monica says ...
I <3 cherries! With a case of cherries, I would wrangle a few friends and my two year old niece and have a picnic in a park. Plainly had are the best way to enjoy cherries, in my humble opinion. I like to savor their true essence directly, no baking, cutting, just appreciating their delightful flavor directly. Thank-you.
07/04/2012 8:46:16 AM CDT
Rose Lynne Schwartz says ...
A week of wonderful fresh cherries and then pit and freeze many for fall, winter, spring delicious eating. Grandkids (and their parents) LOVE the fresh, sweet taste of summer cherries. Am sure they will "make a dent" in them...if we are lucky to be chosen. We are wishing ourselves GOOD LUCK!
07/04/2012 8:46:16 AM CDT
Kate says ...
I love cherries! I would eat them several ways: off the stem, in a pie, dehydrated, in fruit salad, and in jam. Lots of options for this gorgeous fruit.
06/27/2012 6:46:02 AM CDT
Joanne Barrow says ...
I have been receiving extraordinary care from a highly unusual and profoundly skilled psychologist after the devastating loss of my mother. He has lighted my path to recovery and continues to guide me with warmth and understanding. I would love to win these cherries so that I could give them to him to share with his family as a token of my appreciation. Thank you.
06/27/2012 6:46:04 AM CDT
Dasha says ...
I would make lots of yogurt parfaits, pies, and smoothies!
06/27/2012 6:48:28 AM CDT
Cara says ...
What an awesome giveaway! I would make gluten free cherry pie and cherry cobbler! YUM!!!!
06/27/2012 7:03:08 AM CDT
Megan says ...
I would probably eat half of them in a week! And then make a cherry cobbler! I had fresh roadside cherries for the first time in May when my boyfriend and I drove across California during a weekend trip. They were amazing!
06/27/2012 7:05:59 AM CDT
Rebecca Stahl says ...
I would take them to work and share them. I work in a very stressful, and often depressing, field, and most of my coworkers use sugar to get through the day. I would use the case of cherries as a reminder that healthy food can taste just as good as refined junk and still provide the "sugar boost" we sometimes think we need. It may seem boring, but most people bring donuts to the office. It would be great to bring something healthy and really great tasting.
06/27/2012 7:22:13 AM CDT
isaac says ...
I would make a cherry pie! Thanks WF.
06/27/2012 7:41:16 AM CDT
Meg S says ...
I love cherries! I would probably eat about half just by themselves and make cherry pie! And maybe a clafoutis. And more. Yum.
06/27/2012 7:51:53 AM CDT
Julia says ...
hmm i just got a recipe for ricotta and cherry ice cream--so I'd definitely have to try that out! I also cut cherries in half and squeeze them a bit before dropping them in my seltzer water. IIRC theres a great kale and cherry recipe on the WF website as well. I seriously could (and have) pop cherries in my mouth all day!
06/27/2012 7:53:16 AM CDT
Megan says ...
I'd make a cherry crostata (I'm pretty sure it's a WF recipe!) and then freeze the rest for my kids to eat throughout the winter. We love frozen cherries.
06/27/2012 8:32:11 AM CDT
Andria says ...
I'd make a cherry pie with whole-wheat crust!
06/27/2012 8:12:06 AM CDT
Kathy G says ...
By time DH and I finished gorging ourselves, there wouldn't be many left :-) I'd freeze or dehydrate the rest to make the cherry goodness last as long as possible.
06/27/2012 8:12:48 AM CDT
Mark S says ...
Cherry pie to start then a whole lot of cherry preserves!
06/27/2012 8:17:10 AM CDT
Kristin says ...
I would make a couple of cherry pies and freeze a ton for smoothies!
06/27/2012 8:29:55 AM CDT
Jesika says ...
Not gonna lie... I'd do my best to eat an entire crate of cherries. I'm sure there are considerably more productive things I could be doing with this crate, but honestly? I'd rather eat 'em :)
06/27/2012 8:49:06 AM CDT
Sue Thompson says ...
I'm on a weight loss journey and am embracing all the fresh fruits and veggies...cherries are a fav for me, so I would eat as many as is healthy, share some with my grown family and grandsons and maybe try my hand at a cobbler!
06/27/2012 8:59:55 AM CDT
Brenda says ...
I just got a brand new awesome blender so I would make some incredible smoothies!
06/27/2012 9:02:45 AM CDT
Sally Van Meter says ...
Cherries, Cherry, Cherry, the rubiest jewel of fruit; I grew up in the country with Washington Cherry trees and many a mud pie, cake, tart, cookies and turnovers I baked with my sister Connie in our outdoor bakery atop our water well Dusting with dry soft earth for powdered sugar, whole cherries, half cherries, crushed cherries, red cherries dripping down our chins and staining our fingers And mud fights and cherries! Mud balls and cherries, cherries rinsed in the rain, Cherries by the fistfull in the sweet early summer days sitting in our cardboard play houses under a willow tree Cherries now I eat in the middle of the night when the air is soft and scented with the age of my 75 year old cherry trees in my back yard; my cottage, no longer cardboard, sits on an old cherry orchard in northeast Portland. Aaah, give me those cherries to share the wealth of the Pacific Northwest Ruby!
06/27/2012 9:06:27 AM CDT
Elizabeth says ...
Eat them all!
06/27/2012 9:24:07 AM CDT

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