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rachel roland says ...
Yum! After we'd eaten our fill, I'd pit and freeze the rest. We love cherries, last year 3lbs was gone in a few days.
07/05/2010 1:28:18 PM CDT
DonSmith says ...
I/we would eat them! Cherries rule!
07/05/2010 1:28:51 PM CDT
Wendy nebiosini says ...
I work with DD adults so I would bring it in to work for some yummy simple cooking projects
07/05/2010 1:29:22 PM CDT
Jen Mathews says ...
I would have a cherry party and give 'em out to all my friends. :)
07/05/2010 1:29:32 PM CDT
careys says ...
Jam, jam and jam! Pie, pie and Pie! Tart, tart and tart!
07/05/2010 1:30:04 PM CDT
Amanda Fleming says ...
I would make a pancake breakfast for my whole family! I would make cherry pancakes with a warm cherry compote. I would also make cherry stir sticks for the hot morning coffee!
07/05/2010 1:30:16 PM CDT
vanillasugar says ...
i trust whole foods to deliver the best cherries around. not only do i use them for snacking on (with a few slices of cheddar cheese), but my favorite way to use them is in my famous creme brulee ice cream with rum-soaked cherries found here. http://vanillakitchen.blogspot.com/2009/10/creme-brulee-ice-cream-w-black-cherries.html incredibly easy, totally delightful.
07/05/2010 1:33:21 PM CDT
Paula Kalamaras says ...
I would be thrilled - I'd make several pies, and cherry buckles, share them with my friends and happily consume some as they are rare and wonderful. I'd have a cherry party1
07/05/2010 1:35:18 PM CDT
Eugenie says ...
I would probably eat about half the case in 3 days and make cherry cobbler out of the rest.
07/05/2010 1:36:31 PM CDT
Melissa says ...
I would include them in everything and create as many different things as I could in one day that were also all gluten free. Desserts - Juice - Main Courses. :o) YUM!!! Then - with the left overs - I would share with family and friends, of course. :o)
07/05/2010 1:37:13 PM CDT
Anne Ardoin says ...
I would find a way to freeze some so that I could enjoy their summer goodness all year long! I would make clafouti, ice cream, crisp, cobbler, cherry port reduction for steaks, te list goes on and on....but my very favorite thing to do is pop them right in my mouth! YUMMM!!!
07/05/2010 1:37:39 PM CDT
Karen says ...
I'd eat a bunch and freeze the rest for winter!
07/05/2010 1:38:29 PM CDT
Ellen Wexler says ...
Oh, my! I think that, after I ate to my heart's content, I would make some little cherry handpies and some cherry-rhubarb jam. Then, after I ate some more, perhaps I would make some cherry chutney and cherry salsa. Swoon.
07/05/2010 1:39:44 PM CDT
Melissa McKelvey says ...
I would probably make a pie, then some cherry preserves and I would probably freeze the rest for a future pie. And of course, I would eat plenty of them as they are!
07/05/2010 1:40:12 PM CDT
Laurie says ...
I would probably feed them all to my two-year-old! He LOVES fresh fruit, and cherries are at the top of the list. My I'd make a pie or two, also. :)
07/05/2010 1:42:54 PM CDT
Lora Fox says ...
If I had a case of cherries I would donate it to the church food bank. People who go to the food bank get canned goods, but things like cherries are a real treat. And of course, I would keep a few for my family.
07/05/2010 1:43:08 PM CDT
Shari says ...
I would bring a pound a day to work for a week to replace all that candy we usually snack on. My 3 year old loves cherries, so I'd pit a couple of pounds for him. I may freeze some of those pitted cherries and use them as ice to cool his white grape juice. I can put a bunch in the juicer for me and my son, eat several pounds fresh by myself and make some cherry vanilla ice cream with the rest! Boy...my brain is smoking thinking of all the deliciousness!
07/05/2010 1:43:43 PM CDT
Shellie says ...
I would share them with my neighbors. I am unemployed, so it would be fun to be able to share something with someone. I would take out baggies and let everyone enjoy in their delight. Of course, I would keep a baggie myself and eat them as they are. A delight! :)
07/05/2010 1:43:50 PM CDT
Candra says ...
Make Cherry Chocolate Chip Ice Cream!! And eat a BUNCH!
07/05/2010 1:44:14 PM CDT
Jennifer Douwes says ...
I was just reading a recipe that included pureed REAL cherries. I think I might like to try that, OH and make homemade sorbet. LOVE cherries.
07/05/2010 1:46:08 PM CDT
Gina Jackson says ...
Share them with strangers, keep one pound for myself and bake a cherry cobbler, even in the middle of summer!!
07/05/2010 1:46:30 PM CDT
Ann says ...
A case of cherries?!! Cherry pies and (my favorite) cherry preserves!!
07/05/2010 1:47:20 PM CDT
Samantha Stackpole says ...
If I won a case of cherries, I would give them all to my mom for her birthday. Cherries are her favorite food and drastically help her maintain a healthy diet and weight. But, of course we would have to make some cherry cobbler:)The case would mean a lot to her since cherries are so rare and expensive at this point in the season.
07/05/2010 1:47:37 PM CDT
Liss says ...
I would eat every last one of them plain, in their natural state (well, I'd share of course). They're like candy and deserved to be honored the way Nature gave them to us.
07/05/2010 1:47:43 PM CDT
danielle says ...
i would constantly chase my daughter out the kitchen while trying to bake, as she loves fresh cherries and can eat an entire bag alone :o) as for the baking it would definitely be gluten free cherry pie, gluten free cherry dump cake and homemade cherry frozen yogurt with just two simple ingredients: cherries and kefir, quite possibly a drizzle of raw honey as garnish for a bit of sweet sticky yumminess :o)
07/05/2010 1:47:46 PM CDT

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