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Gaye Sunshine says ...
I would take them on our 20 hour car ride to Michigan/Indiana and share them with all the relatives! Of course that's if the 5 of us in the car don't eat them first :)
12/07/2011 2:26:35 PM CST
Mary Margaret Alber says ...
I would share my satsumas with my family and my office colleagues as they watch me consume anything and everything healthy and tasty. A satsuma would be a new one for them. Then I would have the extra box shipped to my dear friend Paula who is one of the most creative chefs I know. She would incorporate the satsumas into a wondrous dish for the holidays.
12/07/2011 2:26:46 PM CST
Diane says ...
I would share them with my childhood friend,Elana, who lives in Washington state. It is very cold and rainy there and this would be just the thing to brighten her days.
12/07/2011 2:26:59 PM CST
Christine A. says ...
I would share the Satsumas with my brother, Darin, because we always got them in our stockings every Christmas holiday and loved it. He is serving in the military right now and is several long miles away from his wife and kids this holiday season. So to bring him some joy and delicious food, would be a blessing in the form of a childhood favorite. Thank you.
12/07/2011 2:26:59 PM CST
Sheryl Pimentel says ...
Succulent and sweet, they are this dieter's delight!
12/07/2011 2:27:04 PM CST
Miss Vinay Duggal says ...
I'd give a box to the fine volunteers and people who lunch at the Catholic Workers' (Soup) Kitchen on 2nd Ave and 2nd Street in Manhattan.
12/07/2011 2:27:09 PM CST
Connie Stagno says ...
I had bought a box of the satsumas last Friday at the Ridgewood, NJ store since I had seen the 1 day sale. I called my friend to tell her that I had just bought some and I was going to share them with her. My friend is terminally ill with cancer in stage 4 and her life is very limited. When I brought them over to her home on Saturday, she was so excited to receive the satsumas. She actally hid them from her children that were coming to visit her!
12/07/2011 2:27:13 PM CST
Dawn Marone says ...
That is easy! We bought Satsumas during last Friday's (12/2/11) sale and have been loving eating and sharing them. I would give my friend Molly her own stash.
12/07/2011 2:27:15 PM CST
nancy says ...
Oh I would give them to my son who absolutely loves those things. He would eat himself silly with satsumas.
12/07/2011 2:27:15 PM CST
glenn says ...
I would share the satsumas with my wife, daughter, son, mother-in-law, and father-in law because the vitamin C is good for all of us.
12/07/2011 2:27:33 PM CST
Mary Kasworm says ...
I would love to share satsumas with my daughters because we are all faced with tough finicial times.
12/07/2011 2:27:59 PM CST
Deb says ...
I would share with my kids...if they let me have any!
12/07/2011 2:28:15 PM CST
Christy says ...
I would share with my sweet neighbor who is always giving me presents!
12/07/2011 2:28:16 PM CST
Amy says ...
I would share with my 7 year old granddaughter. She is an eating machine (then she runs it all off) and this is one of her very favorite sweet treats!
12/07/2011 2:28:21 PM CST
Fern says ...
The housemates.
12/07/2011 2:28:21 PM CST
Susan Butch says ...
I would share them with my daughter. I just bought a box yesterday at Whole Foods [first time ever] and she was thrilled with them.
12/07/2011 2:28:32 PM CST
m lane says ...
I'd share with my son.. a student at uga. He is very active, loves fruit, volunteers, works hard, and loves his mom!
12/07/2011 2:28:51 PM CST
Joy says ...
I'd share delicious Satsuma's with my sweet little sister! She's coming home from college next week to hang out with us and her new niece and nephew. Because she's a vegetarian, we're always looking for different ways to spice up our meatless meals. These tasty treats would certainly add some much needed zest to our menu!
12/07/2011 2:29:07 PM CST
Sarah C.B. says ...
I would share a box of satsumas this holiday season with my grandpa. My grandma has passed on, and the holiday season always makes him miss her more. He would love a chance of pace, like getting a box of fruit in the mail!
12/07/2011 2:29:16 PM CST
Nicole says ...
I would share them with my aunt in Florida, who always sends me Florida oranges now that I'm living in New York City!
12/07/2011 2:29:21 PM CST
Robert Sands says ...
Last week my dad and I went to Whole Foods to do some shopping and he bought a box of Satsumas to share with me. They were delicious and so simple to eat, so now it is only fair that I share a box with him!
12/07/2011 2:29:23 PM CST
amanda eller says ...
I would share them with my ten year old cousion! He's a clementine adict and I really think he would love them!
12/07/2011 2:29:35 PM CST
Amber says ...
I would share these with my neighbors. They are amazing people; we've only known them for 8 months. In that short time, they have gone to China to adopt their second child, had a life threatening health issue, and are currently hosting a foreign exchange student. That aforementioned health issue is no longer life threatening but a diet (with more organic, less chemicals) is part of their daily life now.
12/07/2011 2:29:38 PM CST
Tara Teschky says ...
If I won, I would share the Satsumas with my 90 yr old grandfather and my 7 yr old daughter so that all generations can experience collective sharing and sweetness!
12/07/2011 2:30:00 PM CST
Carolyn says ...
I would share with my 89-year old mom in Minneapolis. She loves oranges and can't get out to grocery shop that much any more.
12/07/2011 2:30:07 PM CST

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