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chari says ...
I would make some cherry turnovers, cherry preserves and freeze a little as well. We love frozen cherries in our smoothies.
07/05/2010 12:45:21 PM CDT
Bette says ...
I would give some to my friend who has gout. I would eat as many as I could and then I would freeze the rest.
07/05/2010 12:45:32 PM CDT
Sharon Tumeria Langlois says ...
I would have a Cherry party!! I would invite some of my closest cherry loving friends and we would create amazing cherry dishes! We would then feast on our creations and enjoy one of natures most succulent fruits!
07/05/2010 12:43:40 PM CDT
Christy George says ...
I would save and eat as many cherries as I could and also share the rest with family and friends...they are so good and healthy for you!
07/05/2010 12:43:46 PM CDT
Nola Mark says ...
I would make a bunch of RAW cherry-chocolate fudge...it freezes wonderfully...as well as RAW black forest cake. Maybe, if they're lucky, I might share some with my family...if the form of a pie, or most likely just to eat right out of the bowl! :-)
07/05/2010 12:43:48 PM CDT
kate says ...
Start with fresh, as is, and freeze some for later. Then explore recipies. A cherry pie, perhaps -- my dad's favorite -- or kuchen, or strudel, something baked. And reduce some into a sauce/glaze for cheesecake, yogurt, cornbread, pork roast, English muffins, whatever. Maybe cherry walnut oatmeal cookies. And share with my foodie friends -- I suspect there would be a cherry-bacon dish and other interesting meat combinations.
07/05/2010 12:44:22 PM CDT
Carla Bramlett says ...
I would eat half of them. Why half? Because I only get the half with the pit, and my dogs get the rest. I have to share!! LOL
07/05/2010 12:43:20 PM CDT
Keith franco says ...
Make cherry awesomeness!
07/05/2010 12:43:17 PM CDT
Eric Erickson says ...
With a case of cherries, I would feed all the poor, starving Pac-mans in the world.
07/05/2010 12:42:54 PM CDT
Carolina says ...
I work at a low-income, high poverty elementary school. Our students do not always have access to nutritious foods, such as fruits and vegetables. If I had a case of cherries, I would give them to our students and discuss the benefits of healthy eating.
07/05/2010 12:42:50 PM CDT
Summer says ...
I would eat them strait from the bag. My kids and I could go through a couple bags a day just eating them eu natural.
07/05/2010 12:42:49 PM CDT
Heather says ...
I would create a gluten free cherry cobbler. Yum!
07/05/2010 12:42:06 PM CDT
Hannah says ...
I would make dairy-free chocolate cherry ice cream for my sister and I, then make the same ice cream with dairy for 12 other members of my family. Next would be a free-for-all cherry eating/spitting contest. IF there were any leftover, a cherry pie would be next. CHERRIES!!!!!
07/05/2010 12:42:06 PM CDT
Beth Gurtov says ...
I would eat some, share some and make my Daddy a cherry pie for his birthday since it's his favorite.
07/05/2010 12:41:40 PM CDT
Tracy Maleeff says ...
I would want to be daring and culinarily adventurous if I suddenly had a case of cherries in my kitchen. Two things that I have been a little too scared to try is making a Cherry Clafoutis and canning/preserving cherries. Fresh, delicious cherries always go quickly in my house, so a case should allow for tasting AND attempting new culinary feats.
07/05/2010 12:41:33 PM CDT
Linda W says ...
I love cherries, eat them, make cherry preserves, bake with them, put some in the freezer for later eating, share with my family. I'd make a natural, organic facial mask for my clients as I am an esthetician
07/05/2010 12:41:31 PM CDT
John Rem says ...
What would I do with a case of cherries? A case of cherries sounds like so many, but when I got started it became much more clear that I could do it. I would definitely make some cherry pie. But then I thought some nice summer drinks, frozen and not, with cherries to sweeten the mix might be really tatsy. With all the chicken that I cook I am sure I could dress up some of those chicken breasts with a couple of cherry sauces and lastly, what about a nice apple, cherry and walnut fruit salad? My mouth is watering...must now make lunch!
07/05/2010 12:40:57 PM CDT
Michelle Crook says ...
Make cherry pie, cherry jam and preserves, and of course just EAT some, they ROCK.
07/05/2010 12:40:34 PM CDT
Tamra Schepper says ...
What would I do with a case of cherries?........ Eat them and share them and eat them and eat them and eat them and eat them and eat them and eat them and eat them and eat them till they were all gone.
07/05/2010 12:40:54 PM CDT
Diana Buchanan says ...
Hummm.....I would share them with my friends because something that delicious you just can't keep to yourself...
07/05/2010 12:39:36 PM CDT
Brenda says ...
I would search the Whole Foods website for some great recipes and share with friends and family!
07/05/2010 12:39:30 PM CDT
Patty says ...
If I had a whole case of cherries I would give the first pound to my husband and while he was distracted (he adores cherries) I would fill my dehydrator with halved cherries so that we might still have some a few months from now. Whatever I have left at that point would go into a sauce to serve over fresh home made ice cream.
07/05/2010 12:39:31 PM CDT
Kristina says ...
If I had a case of cherries I would have to pay my daughter $1 a pound to pit them like when she shells my garden cream peas. You say that's about 10 lbs of cherries...I don't know if that's worth $10 (good thing the cherries would be free)!! Then my dog likes to eat the pits (Is that even okay?). I would then make my husband his favorite, cherry cobbler with a pie crust on the bottom and dough on top! After that, my newest hobby...canning! I would make cherry preserves, syrup, etc. I am so excited...bring on the Cherries!!
07/05/2010 12:39:18 PM CDT
Laura says ...
I would be thrilled - I'd eat some straight from the case, make cherry pie, a cherry tart, throw them in green salads, make some cherry ice-cream with dark chocolate chunks, and mix them in greek yogurt! Yummmmm.
07/05/2010 12:39:01 PM CDT
Phaedra Blocker says ...
I'd give half to my mom, who LOVES cherries (trust me, 5 lbs would not be a challenge for her). With the rest I'd make delicious cherry chocolate chip ice cream (soy or coconut milk), using agave and Sunspire's grain-sweetened chocolate chips. And maybe a great cherry cheesecake with Tofutti Cream Cheese and Sour Cream. No dairy. No refined sugar. Lots of YUMMM!
07/05/2010 12:38:41 PM CDT

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