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Stephanie says ...
Among the pies, smoothies and other things they would be diverted to, I'd take a whole bunch of them and give them to my friends to snack on as we tube down the Dan River!!!
07/05/2010 12:53:09 PM CDT
barbi says ...
I would eat some fresh, make some boozy cherries and maybe a pie or 2. yummy!!
07/05/2010 12:53:52 PM CDT
Tina Engberg says ...
I guess it depends on whether or not they're sour cherries. I'd bake several pies with sour cherries. I'd definitely try Hungarian Sour Cherry Soup that a friend told me about recently. And, I might even do what my sister in law does with her cherries: brine them in brandy.
07/05/2010 12:54:14 PM CDT
Darlene Prophet says ...
Oh, my...everything from popping straight into the mouth to cherry pies, cherry muffins, cherry preserves, cherry ice cream, cherries in cereal, tossed in a spinach salad with poppyseed dressing, cherry turnovers, cherry coffeecake ... have I used up the case, yet? No? OK, how about a cherry smoothie, cherries covered with chocolate fondue, reduced cherries over pork, cherry preserves in brie encroute, ... hmmm, maybe I better get a second case in order to list all the other innumerous things to do with cherries. Yum, yum, yum!!
07/05/2010 12:54:24 PM CDT
Patricia says ...
Make cherry chutney!
07/05/2010 12:54:55 PM CDT
Andrea Bickley says ...
I would eat them with pleasure, one-by-one! I love bing cherries whether right off the treat or out of the case! And, of course, I would share with family and friends.
07/05/2010 12:55:10 PM CDT
Marlene says ...
I think I would be making some cherry pies! I would even freeze some to keep them for special occasions!
07/05/2010 12:55:37 PM CDT
Jay Vincent Shote says ...
I would make cherry smoothies for our children with them. (and eat a few). But cherry kefir sounds good too, or maybe cherry yogurt. Okay, suffice it to say they wouldn't last long!
07/05/2010 12:56:05 PM CDT
Ari says ...
LOVE cherries! Fresh of course! and then homemade cherry ice cream! YUM!
07/05/2010 12:56:07 PM CDT
Dani Tolin says ...
WOW...a whole case!! I would make some yummy delicious pies and some tasty cherry lemonade! :D
07/05/2010 12:56:09 PM CDT
Debbie says ...
I would make cherry cheese cake first! I love cheese cake! Then, I will give a whole bunch to my sister-in-law who loves canning cherries. After, I would try cooking up a cherry au jus to go with a roast pork. Then my and my husband would eat the rest on our patio with a bottle of champagne.
07/05/2010 12:56:25 PM CDT
Sue Louiselle says ...
I would probably just eat myself into a cherry coma!
07/05/2010 12:56:28 PM CDT
Eva says ...
WOW.... with a case of cherries, I would have delicious cheery tarts, sweet cherry pie, chocolate covered cherries, a lovely honey cheery puree in wonderful champagne and naturally, fresh cherries!! Eva
07/05/2010 12:56:49 PM CDT
andrea y. says ...
I'd sit down and eat cherries until I made myself sick.... they're my absolute favorite fruit!
07/05/2010 12:57:59 PM CDT
andrea y. says ...
I'd sit down and eat cherries until I made myself sick.... they're my absolute favorite fruit!
07/05/2010 12:57:59 PM CDT
Liz Kormanyos says ...
My husband is originally from Seattle. Every late June early July I see him go to the grocery alone and come home excited with a huge bag of Bing or Rainer cherries. He eats everyone and I always wonder how her does not get sick? He has now passed on his love to our 14 month old daughter. I often see purple stained hand, face and clothes! Ever had a cherry juice slobbery kiss from a 1 yr old? They are the best. So with a case of cherries I would let them eat until sick, then make jam and ice cream topping with the rest.
07/05/2010 12:58:31 PM CDT
Joanne says ...
Pretty much everything that's been listed here is on my list, but if I *had* to pick a few, probably pie, ice cream, some type of bread/muffin, cobbler, cupcakes, and as-is, of course!
07/05/2010 12:58:45 PM CDT
Alicia says ...
I would do a delightful combination of snacking on them, freezing and dehydrating. MMMMMmmmm my mouth is watering.
07/05/2010 12:59:25 PM CDT
Carolyn McEvoy says ...
Gawd--- cherry smoothies, cherry pie. Cold fresh cherries popped right in the mouth-- and of course, I'd share some with mom! :-)
07/05/2010 1:00:15 PM CDT
Betsey says ...
For starters, I'd eat cherries until I couldn't eat anymore!! Then the experimenting can begin...have seen some recipes for fabulous grilled desserts that I'd love to try with cherries!
07/05/2010 1:00:39 PM CDT
Genie says ...
Yum! If I won a case of cherries I would definitely share it with my family and friends. Then eat my share.
07/05/2010 1:00:55 PM CDT
beverly moeller says ...
My cherry pies used to sell for $25 at my old church's bake sale but haven't made one in several years now so that is what I'd do! One for church, one for home until they were all gone!
07/05/2010 1:01:07 PM CDT
Melanie Wood says ...
I would make a couple of cherry pies, and maybe some tarts. With the rest, I would make cherry preserves - it's great with pancakes or french toast!
07/05/2010 1:01:20 PM CDT
Roberta Friedman says ...
The first thing I would do with a case of cherries would be to shout out how excited I am!! There are so many good things to do with a case of cherries: cold cherry soup; cherry pie; washing and eating whole cherries; cherry salsa; cherry cobbler; cherries jubilee; dried cherries; cherry fruit salad; cherry cake; cherry smoothie; and cherry and pork tenderloin. Cherries, cherries, cherries!! Yum!
07/05/2010 1:02:31 PM CDT
Tristen says ...
Along with a great cherry ice cream and cherry cheesecake recipe, I think this would be worthy of finally learning how to can my own fruit! Of course, that only applies to the ones that I don't eat straight out of the case - fresh cherries have been a favorite since I was a kid!
07/05/2010 1:02:32 PM CDT

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