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erin hayes says ...
If I had a kitchen full of strawberries, I would make spinach salads and strawberries with fresh whipped cream for dessert. :) yummmmm!
05/03/2011 4:59:26 PM CDT
Crystal Brooks says ...
I would host a giant strawberry fight (roping off a section of town, where the participants would spend an alloted amount of time throwing strawberries at each other) in downtown Knoxville. Each entrant must pay an entry fee to participate in the fight and all the proceeds would go to the local farmers markets in the East Tennessee area and other charities supporting "buying local"!
05/03/2011 4:59:35 PM CDT
stephen says ...
I puree them and then freeze them in an ice cube tray. I can then drop a cube in a bowl of plain greek yogurt for a low sugar treat.. or just munch on a strawberry ice cube. :)
05/03/2011 4:59:37 PM CDT
Lucy says ...
Strawberry and goat cheese tarts for sure!
05/03/2011 4:59:38 PM CDT
susan loyacono says ...
I would love to add strawberries to the menu of my son's first birthday party!!!!! He can't have them til he is 12 months old. (23 days away, omg.)
05/03/2011 4:59:47 PM CDT
peter says ...
I love strawberries so id do it all! But id start with a smoothie for sure and with this heat a strawberry lemonade with fresh squeezed lemons. Then maybe a strawbery yogurt for a snack.
05/03/2011 5:00:04 PM CDT
Allyson says ...
I would make lots of strawberry-banana smoothies, strawberry muffins, and strawberry lemonade! I would cut them up and eat them on my pancakes... waffles... bagels... cake. Mmmm. Of course I would dip them in chocolate, too, for a snack! *sigh* Now I want some strawberries!
05/03/2011 5:00:07 PM CDT
tracybigo says ...
Freeze them so I can make smoothies, lemonade with strawberries, strawberry muffins.....anything I can make strawberries with knowing they are fresh and organic and frozen by myself. This is why I love love summer so much.....STRAWBERRIES!!
05/03/2011 5:00:13 PM CDT
Sarah says ...
I would make strawberry smoothies! Yummmm.
05/03/2011 5:00:14 PM CDT
Erin Furtado says ...
I would make strawberry salad, strawberry mascarpone cupcakes and surprise my husband with a smooch from homemade strawberry lipgloss. :)
05/03/2011 5:00:14 PM CDT
amanda says ...
I would just cut the tops off and let my family feast! There are never enough strawberries for 3 growing kids and a husband who loves them! I wish they were in season year round!
05/03/2011 5:00:39 PM CDT
Amanda (modernation) says ...
I would freeze a bunch of them for strawberry margaritas all summer long. I would also make lots of spinach and goat cheese salads with strawberries.
05/03/2011 5:00:43 PM CDT
frances says ...
I would make strawberry pie topped with fluffy whipped cream the rest of the strawberries i would cut up and freeze to keep for smoothies to share with my mom
05/03/2011 5:00:45 PM CDT
Rachel Wilkerson says ...
I'd make strawberry margaritas, of course! I mean, I'd make other delicious strawberry treats (shortcakes, pancakes, cupcakes...lots of cakes) and put them in healthy things like smoothies or on top of yogurt, but...not going to lie, I'd buy some organic limes and starwberries with that gift card and make pitchers of margaritas all summer long.
05/03/2011 5:01:01 PM CDT
Carol says ...
Strawberry basil lemonade!
05/03/2011 5:01:22 PM CDT
Barbara Way says ...
Reference strawberries my comment: Eat, eat, eat, and eat some more!!
05/03/2011 5:01:23 PM CDT
Jenn Miller says ...
Toasted brioche, spread lightly sweetened marscspone, then sliced strawberries, a little chopped mint then drizzle a reduced balsamic glaze. Yum!
05/03/2011 5:01:25 PM CDT
Stacy says ...
I'd make lots of strawberry rhubarb jam. My family's favorite!
05/03/2011 5:01:32 PM CDT
rhia says ...
strawberry ice cream!!!!!!!!!!
05/03/2011 5:01:38 PM CDT
samantha says ...
If I had a house full of strawberries I would cook with strawberries in everything strawberry pancakes, strawberry smoothies, chocolate dipped strawberries, cupcakes with strawberries and strawberry frosting and heck I would jut eat them as is and maybe later at night I would make a mixed drink with them yummy!!!
05/03/2011 5:01:41 PM CDT
Maile M says ...
Strawberry slices dipped in pancake batter and tossed in the skillet make a yummy breakfast. Strawberry smoothies made with organic vanilla yogurt. Mmmmm.
05/03/2011 5:01:43 PM CDT
Shianne W says ...
I was sooo excited when I saw organic strawberries on sale this past weekend!! We bought 16 pounds of them!! I've made a raw strawberry pie, a strawberry rhubarb pie, strawberry crisp, am eating them with yogurt for breakfast (this little baby inside me loves that!! Currently 37 weeks pregnant), made homemade strawberry lemonade and the rest are for eating fresh and freezing for smoothies (if we don't eat them all fresh first). I could do so much more...strawberries and chocolate, homemade strawberry yogurt, jam, ice cream...
05/03/2011 5:01:44 PM CDT
brandi H says ...
Well for the last 6 years I have made freezer jam and fresh strawberry lemonade for me and my friends. However my berry patch died out over the winter. If I win the gift card I can continue the tradition until my new berries are ready next year.
05/03/2011 5:01:48 PM CDT
Marcie says ...
A whole kitchen full? First I'd put some away into the freezer so I'd have some for later, then I'd coat some with chocolate for snacks, and then I'd make some strawberry rhubarb pies, strawberry short cakes, a few smoothies, strawberry ice cream, and of course a shelf full of strawberry jam! Whew - that would be one fun filled day - I think I'd need to end it/or start with a strawberry cocktail - daiquiri maybe? : )
05/03/2011 5:02:26 PM CDT
Angela Hnilica says ...
I would invite all of my family & friends over to have a strawberry smooshing party... then we would send the kids to bed while we used the rest for strawberry daiquiris, & facials ... & of course we would all need pedicures! ;) Yum!
05/03/2011 5:02:27 PM CDT

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