Following up yesterday’s EPIC cherry pie recipe, I’m excited to offer an amazing tart cherry giveaway valued at over $400, brought to you by the Cherry Marketing Institute. I’ve loved exploring this new-to-me culinary ingredient, and I know you will too!
One lucky winner will receive a prize pack containing over $400 worth of tart cherry goodness, including frozen tart cherries, tart cherry juice, dried tart cherries, this versatile Le Creuset Cookware Set in cherry red ($199.95) and matching Le Creuset Silicone Cooking Tools Set ($85), and this adorable Anthropologie Apron ($32).
With a prize like that you can truly cook up a storm and look good doing it. Click through for your chance to win!
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The fine print: No purchase necessary. Giveaway open to US residents only. Void where prohibited. Winner will have 48 hours to respond otherwise an alternate winner will be chosen. Bonus entry requirements will be verified if selected as the winner, otherwise an alternate winner will be chosen. Giveaway sponsored by Cherry Marketing Institute. As always, all opinions written are purely my own.
I’d love to try and make a cherry pie.
I love making homemade protein and energy bars with dried cherries. Mix them with some flaky or wet coconut, some almond milk and a bit of raw energy powder with a dark chocolate coat and let them set in that fine Tart Cherries ceramic ware. Healthy and delicious!
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My husband loves cherry pie and that is exactly what I would be making
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Tart cherry ice cream sounds like perfection to me right now! That’s what I would do first. Then your pie.
I would make cherry pie!
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I would definitely make ice cream :-)
I would make a crumble using the cherries!
Cherry crisp using frozen cherries
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Jam! Or scones!
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I’d make a cherry almond chutney for baked Brie..
My pinterest name is Kari Dehe. Love, love, love sour cherries!
I would make a cherry upside-down cake. I usually use cranberries but I think the cherries would be an amazing substitution.
Sour cherry milkshakes from Hungry Monkey and dried cherry and chocolate chip oatmeal cookies.
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I would make a cherry pie!
Apple Tart Cherry Pie… my favorite!
I’ve never made cherry pie, so I think I’d make a lattice top pie to start!
I would make cheesecake with a layer of cherry compote. And maybe some chocolate on top.
A slab pie! It looks like a giant toaster streudel and encasing those bright tart cherries with puff pastry. Yum!
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I’d make pie of course!
Cherry and dark chocolate ice cream!
Dried tart cherry waffles or maybe syrup.
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I would love to make a homemade cherry pie!
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I’d have to make a tart cherry pie. There’s nothing I want more.
I would make cherry pie.
A pasta salad with tart cherries and feta.
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I tweeted @stephiek1984
I’d make cherry ice cream!
Mmm… A tart cherry cobbler or crisp, served warm with vanilla ice cream!
A cherry crisp!
Dried cherry and white chocolate chip cookies
Cherry Cheese Danishes !
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Oh man. All those things look completely awesome.
I think the frozen tart cherries would be pie, because I love pie and it’s an excuse to make some vanilla ice cream.
The dried cherries would go in scones, because I’ve just recently discovered how awesome scones are.
I’d have to make a pie! I love making pies, and have never made a tart cherry one.
Why am I thinking chicken salad with cherries (instead of apples or grapes)?! But of course, cherry pie would be the winner. . . always. ;)
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I follow both of you on Twitter, and just tweeted about the giveaway.
@calculatedwhisk is my username
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hand pies. i love a cherry hand pie.
I would like to make a panna cotta with tart cherry juice!
hand pies or turnovers!
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Tart cherry and basil cocktail!
Goat cheese ice cream with the cherries swirled in!
I would make a tart cherry galette!
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I would make a beautiful cherry pie!
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One of my favorite salads is: shredded kale, almonds, dried tart cherries, and goat cheese.
I love adding dried cherries to my salads!
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I would make a cherry almond crisp!
A Cherry Pie!!
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Oh, man! I would LOVE to win this! As a born-and-bred Michigander, I think tart cherries are the best. We can’t seem to find them up here in Maine, though –I have to make my family bring them to me from Michigan. I planted a tree this year, but it’ll be at least a few years before we get a crop from it. Anyway, if I won, I’d make preserved cherries — they’re absolutely perfect in a manhattan, and my stock from last year is almost gone!
I made a fantastic cherry upside down cake once – I’d probably try that again! I’m following both of you on Pinterist, username jgarfink.
I would try that delicious looking pie you posted! Yum
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A blueberry and tart cherry pie with a cinnamon oatmeal crumble on top.
Cherry iced cream!
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White chocolate cherry (dried) cookies!
no question. cherry pie!
I would use the juice in a buttercream frosting. Not sure what kind of cupcake it’d top, though. The dried cherries chopped up could be delicious in cookies!
Tart cherry margaritas!
Cherry hand pies!
Cherry gastrique and some cherry pates de fruits!
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pie or muffins
A cherry sauce to top vanilla icecream
A lattice top pie is always called for when tart cherries are available.
My first thought was scones. :)
I would make scones with the dried cherries.