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sydney says ...
I would share this with my brother in law and sister and law
12/06/2011 12:51:32 AM CST
Eugenie says ...
I would share with my husband. We both love satsumas.
12/06/2011 11:23:15 AM CST
Candace Roeder says ...
If I won the Satsumas I would share them with the 350 Placer County senior citizens for whom we serve a hot, nutritionally balanced noontime meal. Satsumas are not only nutritionally plentiful but they are a good food for seniors. They are easy to peel (for those with arthritis and/or visual difficulties), seedless, small in size (perfect for a snack or side dish)and a flavor/food which transports many back to their days on the farm. Although Seniors First's Senior Nutrition Program (Meals on Wheels and 9 Congregate Cafes) serves nutritionally balanced meals, we rarely have access to fresh fruits and/or vegetables but when we do we make sure we get them to our precious senior citizens. Afterall, without them, where would we be today?
12/06/2011 11:23:53 AM CST
Andrea says ...
I'd share them with my family in Tennessee. My mother, sister and brother-in-law live there, and my older brother is coming from Florida and my younger brother is coming from California. I'm in Texas and am not able to visit there for Christmas.
12/06/2011 11:12:52 AM CST
Rachel says ...
I love sharing mine with my family~ I make this awesome carmel glazed recipe that I enjoy sharing!
12/06/2011 8:32:56 AM CST
Jennifer says ...
I would share them with my 3 and 5 year old sons' classes for snack. It would be a great follow up to the fruit filled orange "jack-o-lanterns" I brought for Halloween!
12/06/2011 9:23:08 AM CST
Laura Lee says ...
I would like to share them with my son, the college student. He is a Junior a CU Boulder and, unfortunately, eats like the typical college student. Fresh fruit is not a staple in his diet!
12/06/2011 9:24:50 AM CST
Diana says ...
I'd love to share some satsumas with my friends Enid & Isaac - we met five years ago in Japan, where giving satsumas is a huge part of the culture. This winter is the first time since then we've all been back in the same city, so it would be a great way to reminisce!
12/06/2011 10:09:55 AM CST
Nicole says ...
I would share them with my wonderful friends who have been here to support me during the most difficult period of my life. I am separating from my husband and am living alone for the first time ever. But I want to show my friends how grateful I am for lending an ear and taking care of them. I want to return the favor with a symbol of friendship.
12/06/2011 11:10:11 AM CST
Dana says ...
I'd share them with my yoga students!! I've been wanting to do a meditation with them where you become aware of (in this case the satsuma). You become aware of all who were part of its journey to you. During the meditation, the fruit is peeled so that they smell its awesome smell. Then each student is presented with a piece of the fruit to truly enjoy!!
12/06/2011 11:09:50 AM CST
Beatriz says ...
I would most definitely share them with my daughter, sister, and niece. My niece used to be allergic to oranges, but now she loves them! My daughter does as well. Our whole family does!
12/06/2011 11:32:16 AM CST
marissa says ...
I would share them with our local post office. I live in a small mountain town that gets crazy busy this time of year. We don't thank our postal workers enough and it's a very trying time for USPS right now. They need to stay healthy and positive. Thanks for keeping us healthy WF!!
12/06/2011 3:51:08 PM CST
Danielle says ...
I would share them with my cooking class! I teach functional life skills to students with moderate to severe disabilities. We work really hard on identifying food that is healthy and exposing them to as many healthy fresh fruits and vegetables as possible. Some of my students have autism, which frequently causes them to be resistant to trying new kinds of food and can result in health problems. They seem more likely to try recipes that they have had a part in creating, thereby expanding their opportunities to lead healthy lives. It would be great to share one of my favorite fruits with them!
12/07/2011 7:53:39 PM CST
Kerry Larson says ...
I would love to share these delicious items with my husband who is my Hero and who is home for the holidays this year as Christmas 2011 he was deployed and it was a very lonely Christmas for both of us..... Soooo this year we are going all out, our home looks like Santa's Grotto and we are looking forward to the holidays with joy and excitement. Thank you for your 28 years of service my Darling, I love you, you are my best friend and my Hero.
12/06/2011 4:02:59 PM CST
Christina says ...
I will share with my patients in Dr. Stotsky's office. I like them to enjoy these great tasty fruits.
12/07/2011 6:54:47 PM CST
Theresa says ...
I would share some with my son's playgroup and my parents stuck in the cold, cold, cold.
12/07/2011 6:10:18 PM CST
Mary Capps says ...
I would love to have a healthy holiday party and share these satsumas with all my friends and family!
12/07/2011 6:14:57 PM CST
Helen says ...
I would share them with homeless people that I see while I am out and about. It is always good to share with someone unexpectedly.
12/07/2011 6:15:05 PM CST
Jane says ...
First, I would share them with my grandma. She is a wonderful person who loves me. And she loves fresh fruit. For this much fruit, I'd give some to everyone who made me smile this year.
12/07/2011 11:37:36 AM CST
Susan Mantz says ...
I'll share some satsuma's with my kids! If I don't eat them all! :)
12/06/2011 5:01:43 PM CST
rob says ...
I would send them to my mother-in-law. She just found out she is allergic to tree nuts and hence all her favorite fruits. Citrus is about the only thing she can eat these days!
12/06/2011 5:20:10 PM CST
Suzanne says ...
My family has a tradition of sharing several oranges on Christmas evening while watching classic Christmas movies. This always reminds us of our grandparents who loved to tell us about recieving fruits and nuts from Santa! So should I win I would share these with my parent and grandparent in honor of the "old days"
12/06/2011 5:44:28 PM CST
Pj Richa says ...
I would share them with Dad! Growing up Dad bought a house just because it had an orange tree in the backyard. As a child, we spent countless days, picking, juicing and even created new recipes together. Later, during tough times, dad had to sell the home. Winning these Satsumas would sure bring back some good memories for us!
12/07/2011 1:08:11 PM CST
Mel says ...
I am in law school and while it is the holiday season for the rest of the world, it is exam season here. I would put the box out by the entrance to the library so that students can have a healthy snack while they are prepping for exams.
12/07/2011 2:14:48 PM CST
Amy McG says ...
I would share them with my hubby and our sweet girl. They LOVE satsumas. Wish I could convince my sons to join us!
12/07/2011 2:21:39 PM CST

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